Q. What are Recurring Transactions?
Our new and improved Recurring Transfers features are a set of tools that can help you save and invest automatically. These features are auto add cash, auto invest, and Round-Ups. Auto add cash: Recurring transfers into your banking account. Auto invest: Contribute funds to your investment accounts on a regular basis.…
Q. What is Auto Invest?
Auto Invest allows you to set aside money for your Stash investing accounts automatically. You can select the amount you want to save, and save regularly on a schedule that works for you. With auto invest, you can set aside money into your cash balance,…
Q. What Account does Auto Invest Deposit my Money Into?
You can use auto invest to deposit money into any of your Stash accounts. This includes personal investment, retirement, custodial accounts. If you’re not sure where you want to put your money, you can set your auto invest to add money to your cash balance.…
Q. Why is Stash taking money from my account?
If you’re noticing money being transferred from your bank account to Stash, you likely have one of the recurring transactions features turned on (auto add cash, auto invest, or Round-Ups). Recurring transactions are a collection of features that help you save and invest automatically.…
Q. How do I Change my Auto Invest Settings?
You can adjust your auto invest in the app or on the web. To adjust auto invest on the app: To change the amount: Go to Recurring Transactions (tab on iOS, menu item on Android). Select Auto Invest. Choose your portfolio. …
Q. How do I Turn off Auto Invest?
You can adjust auto invest in the app or on the web. To turn off auto invest in the app Select Recurring Transactions tile at the bottom of the screen. Select Auto Invest. Select Cash to invest to adjust your allocations.…
Q. Why can’t I add more investments to my auto invest?
You may have reached the auto invest investments limit. Stash has a limit of 500 auto invest allocations for all Stashers to avoid an error that could put your auto invest at risk of not executing. To add new investments to auto invest,…
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