I already have a 401(k) through my workplace. Can I still use Stash Retire?
Yes! You can save with Stash Retire in addition to your employer’s 401(k).
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Q. Making a Deposit into Your Stash Banking Account
In a time crunch to pay your bills, or need to use your Stock-BackⓇ Card1 to make that purchase soon? Here are some ways to add money to your Stash banking account.1 Click below to jump ahead: Make a transfer to your Stash banking account from within your Stash account. …
Q. Stash Banking Benefits
Your Stash banking account comes packed with features that will help you invest in yourself. You’ll earn Stock-Back® rewards with every purchase, and you’ll also enjoy access to benefits provided by Mastercard®.1 We’ve highlighted some of the benefits below. …
Q. Withdrawing from your Retirement Portfolio
You can either make a partial withdrawal from your Retirement portfolio (IRA), or you can close it completely. Important Note: The minimum age to withdraw money from an IRA is 59 ½ years old. If you withdraw funds from your Retire Portfolio before age 59 ½,…
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