Q. When will my account statement be available?
We send out account statements to your email during the first week of the month. If your account has no activity for the previous month, a monthly statement won’t be generated. You’ll still receive a quarterly statement regardless, which will have a monthly breakdown on it. …
Q. Can I view my account history after I close my Stash banking account?
Follow these steps to access your Stash banking account statements after your account has been closed: On the app: Login to the Stash app. Tap Bank at the bottom of the screen. Scroll down to the Your Transactions section and tap See All.…
Q. Where can I view my trade confirmations?
Trade confirmations are like receipts for your investment transaction activities. We’re legally required to send you all of your trade confirmations. You can view your trade confirmations at any time from the app or web. Follow these steps to view your trade confirmations: In the app: Click here to go to your Statements &…
Q. Why Am I Still Receiving Statements?
We at Stash are legally required to send our clients statements for their account(s) in any month in which there was any activity or funds in the account. If you believe you should not have received a statement, log back into your account to see if your accounts are fully closed and… If you are fully closed with no funds in any of your account(s): Since your account is now fully closed and unfunded this would be your final statement.…
Q. Does Stash send paper or electronic statements?
By default, Stash sends electronic statements to the email address your Stash account is registered to. You can also access your statements at any time from your Stash account. Are you receiving paper statements and want to switch back to electronic statements?…
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