Q. Is there a limit to how much I can transfer from my external account to my Stash Invest accounts?
The current one-time transfer limit from an external bank account to Stash Personal Portfolio/Custodian/Smart Portfolio is $10,000 and from an external bank account to Stash Retire is $6,000.…
Q. Can I transfer money or investments between my Personal Portfolio and Smart Portfolio?
You can transfer money between your external bank account or Stash banking account into any Stash portfolio (Personal, Smart, Retire, Kids). However, you cannot transfer funds directly between your Personal and Smart Portfolio. Disclosures A “Smart Portfolio” is a Discretionary Managed account whereby Stash has full authority to manage.…
Q. How much do instant transfers to an external bank cost?
Instant transfers to an external bank cost 1% of the total amount transferred. The 1% will be deducted from the amount you enter. For example, if you enter $100, $99 will be transferred to your external bank and $1 will be charged as a fee by Stash.¹ Keep in mind,…
Q. Can I Transfer my Crypto Coins to Another Platform?
If you’re looking to transfer your crypto coins to another platform with an ACAT transfer, you won’t be able to transfer the coins. If you request an ACAT for the securities held in your brokerage account, crypto assets held in your crypto account are sold,…
Q. How do I Make a Transfer into my Stash Banking Account on Stash?
You can make either a one-time transfer, or set up a recurring transfer, into your Stash banking account directly with Stash. Follow the steps in this article to make a transfer into your Stash banking account. One-Time Transfer App Instructions Follow these steps to make a one-time transfer on the app: Log into the Stash app.…
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