How long does it take to transfer funds to my Stash invest account?
When you transfer money from your external bank account to your Invest account, you’ll be able to invest almost instantly.
With that said, it’ll take up to 5 business days for the funds to actually transfer out of your external bank account. The amount of time needed varies according to how quickly your bank can process ACH transfers. During this time, the transfer will be listed as “pending” in the Activity section of your Invest portfolio. To learn more about how to access the Activity section of your Invest portfolio, click here.
When moving money from your Stash Banking account to your Stash Invest account, the transfer is almost instantaneous.¹ You’ll see the updated balance reflected in both accounts.
Please note that we only process transfers on business days during standard banking hours. Business days are Monday through Friday, excluding weekends and market holidays. Standard banking hours are 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
¹ Availability of instant money transfers may be subject to limitations. Money can be moved via instant money transfer between your personal portfolio and your Stash banking account.
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