How do I change my risk level on Stash?
Our risk assessment tool works as a comprehensive tool to help you invest your money in a way that’s customized for your situation. As such, it’s not currently possible to override your risk level. We prioritize saving for and investing in the long term. Part of that is helping you pick investments that can carry you far into the future.
What happens if my job or income changes?
Things change. We get it. If you’d like to update your answers to reflect your new job or income, you can do so easily in the app. Here’s how:
- From the Home screen, tap your account icon in the top left corner.
- Select Financial profile.
- From here, you can adjust your profile as needed.
Still have questions? We have answers. You can reach out to Support here.
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