Q. What are Stash’s plan fees?
We’ve got two separate plans, each with their own fee, and you can choose to pay monthly or yearly. Stash Growth: $3/month or $36/year Stash+ is $9/month or $108/year You can check out what’s included in each plan here We collect this subscription fee once a month,…
Q. What are the ancillary account fees?
Below is a list of ancillary fees (other potential fees) you may incur that are not included in the monthly advisory fee or Wrap Fee. These fees would be incurred based on a client’s request or other action which is why they are excluded from fees and services covered by the Wrap Fee. …
Q. Do ETFs have fees?
Yes, ETFs have management fees. These fees are usually referred to as the expense ratio. The expense ratio is often shown as a percentage. ETFs are managed by investment companies that charge a fee for their service. The fee covers all operational costs associated with managing the ETF.…
Q. What are the fees for Stash banking accounts?
There are no overdraft fees, monthly minimums, or maintenance fees associated with Stash banking accounts1. However, other fees may apply. Please see our Deposit Account Agreement to locate any fees associated with your Stash banking account. 1 Stash Banking services provided by Stride Bank,…
Q. I was charged an overdraft fee because of my Stash account. What should I do?
We hate overdraft fees as much as you do. We wish that banks wouldn’t charge them! If you’ve already been charged an overdraft fee, we’re unable to reimburse the fees charged by your bank. Please call your bank and ask them to waive the fee.…
Q. Does my Stash banking account offer overdraft protection?
Stash doesn’t charge overdraft fees (or have other hidden fees)2, so we do not offer overdraft protection on Stash banking accounts.1 This sets us apart from other financial institutions, which can charge $30 or more if you overdraw your account,…
Q. What’s a bank transfer reversal fee?
A bank reversal can happen if the bank you are transferring from initiates a transfer cancelation. That’ll show up in your statement as “Apex Clearing (ACH) bank reversal” or return deposit fee. This might happen when your external bank account has insufficient funds,…
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