Q. Can I open a Stash Invest account for my child?
Absolutely! You can open a Custodial account¹ for any minor. You invest on behalf of a child in your life, and they can take over when they’re old enough. You can learn more about the process here. You can also name a beneficiary for your regular Invest account using this form.…
Q. What are the investment options for a custodial account?
Your investment options for a custodial account are going to match your risk profile. That means that you’ll see the same investment options on your Custodial account as your Invest account.…
Q. What is the age of majority?
The age of majority is when a person legally becomes an adult. This can vary by state, but is usually either 18 or 21. This is the age when funds in a custodial account¹ can be turned over to the minor.…
Q. Do I have to pay taxes on my Stash Custodial Account investments?
Tax rules for custodial accounts can be complex. Whether there will be taxes owed on a Custodial Account depends on your unique tax situation. You should consult a tax professional (like an accountant) for answers to specific questions about your specific tax needs.…
Q. What are my Stash investment portfolio choices?
Investing can feel overwhelming if you don’t know where to start. It’s why Stash makes things simple with its four investment portfolio options: Investing simplified: Personal Portfolio: Stash’s Personal Portfolio is intended to combine a high degree of flexibility on your part,…
Q. Who can be a custodian?
You can open a custodial account for a minor and be a custodian if you: Are 18 years of age or older Already have a Stash Invest personal brokerage account Are a U.S. Citizen…
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