Does Stash Retire work with my bank?
We currently support thousands of banks for Stash Retire. Here is a sample of the banks that are supported on the platform currently: Arvest Bank, Bank of America, BB&T, Capital One, Capital One 360, Charles Schwab, Chase, Citi, Desert Schools Federal Credit Union, Fidelity, First Hawaiian Bank, Golden 1 Credit Union, Navy Federal Credit Union, PNC, Randolph Brooks Federal Credit Union, Regions Bank, Silicon Valley Bank, SunTrust, TD Bank, US Bank, USAA and Wells Fargo.
At the moment, you cannot register for Stash Retire alone if you plan to link your bank using micro-deposits. We plan to support this type of bank linking at a later time and thank you for your patience.
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