How do I turn off Set Schedule?
You can adjust Set Schedule in the app or on the web.
To turn off Set Schedule in the app
- Select Auto-Stash tile at the bottom of the screen
- Select Set Schedule
- Select Cash to invest to adjust your allocations
- To pause your Set Schedule, select the three dots in the top right corner
You will be returned to the Set Schedule menu once your change is successful. To adjust more than one investment, repeat the process until you’re satisfied.
To turn off Set Schedule on the web
- Log in to your Stash account and go to Account
- Select My Portfolio
- Scroll to the bottom and select Edit Set Schedule
- Click Turn off Set Schedule
- Confirm that you want to turn off Set Schedule
You can turn Set Schedule back on at any time.
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