How Do I Close My Stash Subscription?
Just like everything else at Stash, we’ve made the process of closing your subscription as easy and painless as possible. Here’s how to do it:
Steps to close your Stash Growth subscription
Steps to close your Stash+ subscription
A few things to keep in mind:
- Custodial accounts: If you are looking to close just a portion of your subscription (i.e. Stash Bank, Stash Invest, custodial accounts), you’ll need some help. Please reach out to Stash Support.
- Stash fee refund: If you joined recently, Stash may not refund any prepaid portion of the Stash Fee for the monthly billing period in which your Stash Account is closed. In such cases, you will retain access to Stash which includes the Financial Counseling Service (without the power to open a Personal Portfolio, Custodial Account, and/ or IRA, as applicable) through the end of the monthly billing period in which your account is closed. If applicable, please review the Advisory Agreement (Beta Group). ¹
Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. Thank you for using Stash!
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