Q. How long does it take for money to reach my bank account after I withdraw it from Stash?
Your money is removed immediately from a Stash account when transferred from Stash to an external bank account. However, it may take funds up to 5 business days to appear in that external account. The exact length of time depends on how quickly your bank processes ACH transfers.…
Q. Can I transfer money from my Stash Invest account to my Stash Retire account or vice versa?
We don’t support transfers between Invest, Retire, or Custodial accounts at the moment. Additionally, to move funds that are currently holding investments, you must sell the stock or ETF and wait the mandatory settling period of 2 business days. Then you can either transfer the funds to one of your other Stash accounts to buy more investments or transfer the proceeds to your linked external bank account.…
Q. How do I transfer or withdraw my money?
To transfer money out of Stash via the app: Open the app Tap the Transfer button on the bottom of the screen Select the accounts you wish to move money from and to Enter the amount you wish to transfer Tap Continue to move forward Tap Transfer to confirm the transaction …
Q. How to deposit or withdraw from your stash account?
There are two ways you can transfer cash to or from your external bank account: On the app Open the app. Tap the Transfer button in the bottom navigation. Select the accounts you wish to move money from and to. Enter the amount you wish to transfer and tap Continue.…
Q. Transferring Money into your Stash Banking Account from Your External Bank
There are three ways to transfer to your Stash Banking account1: Please note: Bank transfers from your external bank are completed through ACH (Automated Clearing House), which can only occur on business days, excluding federal holidays and weekends. In the app Login to the Stash app. …
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