Plans & Pricing
Q. What are the trading fees?
Unlike other investing apps, Stash doesn’t charge any add-on trading commissions1 or electronic statement fees. 1Clients may incur ancillary fees charged by Stash and/or it’s custodian that are not included in the monthly Wrap-Fee.…
Q. How Do I Close My Stash Subscription?
Just like everything else at Stash, we’ve made the process of closing your subscription 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 A few things to keep in mind: Custodial accounts: If you are looking to close just a portion of your subscription (i.e.…
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. What are the Apex Clearing custodian maintenance and bank transfer fees?
You may at some point see a fee that is different from your standard monthly account fee (AKA the Wrap fee). These fees are charged based on action(s) taken by a client that is beyond Stash’s control and area of service.…
Q. I already have a Stash banking account, but signed up for the Stash+ plan will I get a new card? Will my number change?
No need to worry! All current debit card users will keep the same Stock-Back card (debit card) number. …
Q. Can I pay for my subscription plan annually?
Absolutely! You can pay for your subscription once per year if you’d like. You can pay with a debit or credit card, a linked bank account, or using your portfolio cash. You can switch from monthly billing to annual billing at any time.…
Q. What’s included in my subscription?
That depends on your subscription plan. Visit https://www.stash.com/pricing to see all the available options.…
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