What are Recurring Transactions?
Recurring Transactions are a set of tools that can help you save and invest automatically. These features are:
- Auto add cash: Recurring transfers into your Stash banking account’s Cash Balance.1 [Learn more →]
- Auto invest: Contribute funds to your investment accounts on a regular basis. Select the amount, frequency, and where you want to make a regular investment. You can pause or update this at any time. [Learn more →]
- You can turn auto invest on for stocks, ETFs, bonds, or crypto coins.
- Stock Round Ups: Round up each purchase made with your Stock-BackⓇ Debit MastercardⓇ to the nearest dollar and invest the spare change in a stock of your choice.1 [Learn more →]
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