Q. How Do I cancel My Stash Subscription?
Just like everything else at Stash, we’ve made the process of canceling your subscription and closing your account as easy and painless as possible. Here’s how to do it. Please note that you can only close your account on the web,…
Q. What are the Stash monthly fees?
We’ve got three separate plans, each with their own fee. We collect this subscription fee once a month, around the date when you first opened your account. You’ll always be charged the same fee. Want to learn more about our subscription plan fees?…
Q. How do I close my Retirement Portfolio?
Before you can close your Retirement Portfolio, make sure you’ve done the following: Link your bank to Stash so we can transfer your cash to you. (Learn how →) Turn off Set Schedule for your Retirement Portfolio. (Learn how →) Sell all of the investments in your Retirement Portfolio and wait for the sale to settle (up to 3 business days).…
Q. How Do I Close My Stash Banking Account?
Are you sure you want to close your account? Please remember you can only open one Stash banking account right now. Once you tell us to close your account, we can’t reverse the process or reopen it. Please contact our customer support team to confirm you would like to close your account.…
Q. How Can I Close a Custodial Account?
In order to close a custodial account, please contact customer support at email@example.com.…
Q. How do you charge the subscription fee?
The way we initially attempt to charge the fee differs depending on how much money you have invested in your Stash Invest account. If you have more than $5,000 in your personal portfolio, here’s how it works: First, we’ll try to charge your subscription fee to your Portfolio Cash.…
Q. Can I have two Stash accounts?
Not at this time, sorry. Stash only allows one subscription per person. …
Didn’t find your question?
Tell us what you’re looking for, and we’ll search for resources that could help.Ask your question
Fiduciary 101: Why it’s Our Job to be Your Advocate
It’s a big word that means a lot when it comes to handling your money. It defines a relationship built on trust and duty.
Debt and Equity: What Every Smart Investor Needs to Know
You can invest in debt & in equity, but do you really know what that means? We break down the jargon.
Why wait to start growing your money? Create an account today!Get Stash