Can I view my account history after I close my account?
We understand that you may need to close your Stash banking account.1
Follow these steps to access your Stash banking account statements after your account has been closed:
On the app:
- Login to the Stash app.
- Tap Bank at the bottom of the screen.
- Scroll down to the Your Transactions section and tap See All.
- Scroll to the bottom and tap See all Transactions.
- Scroll to the bottom and tap Looking for More.
- Select the month you’d like to view the statement for.
On the web:
- Login to the Stash website.
- Click your name in the upper-right corner.
- Click Statements and Tax Documents.
- Scroll down to the Bank Account section and click Bank Account Statements.
- Click Download next to the month you’d like to view the statement for. The statement will open in a new tab.
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