Reach Your Savings Goals with Stash Goals
Stash offers you a way to budget directly in your Stash banking account1 with Goals. You can set up to five goals for whatever you want to save up for (vacation, new shoes, etc.). Goals can be used to save for an emergency fund, short-term, and long-term goals.
Follow these steps to set up a goal in your Stash banking account1:
- Login to the Stash app.
- Tap Bank at the bottom of the screen.
- Tap Goals.
- Tap Continue.
- Select a Category for your goal.
- Enter the name for your goal.
- Enter the target amount and target date (optional).
- Tap Create Goal.
Once you’ve reached your goal, simply transfer the money into your banking account—then you’re ready to book that trip or buy those new shoes.
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