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: Steps to close your Stash Growth subscription Steps to close your Stash+ subscription …
Q. What are the Stash monthly fees?
We’ve got two separate plans, each with their own fee. Stash Growth is $3/month, and Stash+ is $9/month. You can check out what’s included in each plan here. We collect this subscription fee once a month, around the date when you first opened your account.…
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 Can I Close a Custodial Account?
In order to close a custodial account, please contact customer support at firstname.lastname@example.org.…
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. …
Q. What is the Subscription Plan offering for the “Beta Group”?
For a select group of clients, each plan will include Financial Counseling Advice (i.e Impersonal Investment Advice) as it relates to one or more guides, education materials about investing and financial planning, along with access to open brokerage accounts and a bank account.…
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