How do I add funds to my Portfolio Cash?
Here’s how to transfer money to your Portfolio Cash in app:
- From the Home screen, tap Transfer in the bottom navigation bar.
- Choose which accounts you’d like to transfer money from and to.
- Enter the amount you’d like to transfer.
- Tap Continue.
- To confirm the transfer, select Make Transfer.
Here’s how to transfer money to your Portfolio Cash on the web:
- At the top of the Home screen, click Invest.
- Select Cash to Invest.
- Enter the amount you’d like to transfer to your Cash Portfolio, then click Next.
- Your new balance will be reflected immediately in your Portfolio Cash.
If transferring money from an external account, the money transferred out of your external bank account will show up as removed from that external account within 5 days.
Please note that these transfers will appear on your external bank account statements as “Stash ACH.” Once your funds have transferred, they’ll be available for your use.
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