What is Smart-Stash?
Smart-Stash analyzes your spending and earning patterns and saves you spare cash when you can afford it.
Smart-Stash is designed to save your spare cash, not the money you’ll need for bills. Smart-Stash recognizes recurring transactions, such as rent and mortgage payments and bills, and will only save money from your leftover balance.
You can set your maximum transfer to $5, $10, or $25. Smart-Stash will not transfer more than the maximum transfer amount. You can also pause and resume at any time.
Learn more about how Smart-Stash works.
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