How Can I Withdraw From My Stash Retire Account?
Please navigate to Stash on your web browser by going to https://www.stash.com/, then make sure to log in. Once you are logged in, please click on the following link: https://app.stash.com/withdrawals/new, and follow the steps to withdraw from your retire account.
*Please Note: If you withdraw from your Retire account before the age of retirement, you may be charged a penalty fee from the IRS. Please review the IRS website for additional information. This is not tax advice. Please consult with a tax professional for additional questions. This will not cancel your Stash subscription.
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