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. What are the Stash monthly fees?
We’ve got three separate plans, each with their own fee. We collect this subscription fee once a month, around the date when you first opened your account. You’ll always be charged the same fee. Want to learn more about our subscription plan fees?…
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. Why am I getting charged a fee each month?
Your Stash subscription fee¹ is applied every month—unlike other companies with hidden charges, Stash works on a straightforward subscription model. It includes your personal investment account, your bank account, your Stock-Back® Card² (your debit card), financial education and much more. If you have any further questions,…
Q. I was charged an overdraft fee because of my Stash account. What should I do?
We hate this fee as much as you do. We wish that banks wouldn’t charge it! The best way to avoid an overdraft fee is to make sure there’s enough money in your external linked bank account before initiating a transfer.…
Q. What’s a bank transfer reversal fee?
A bank reversal can happen if the bank you are transferring from initiates a transfer cancelation. That’ll show up in your statement as “Apex Clearing (ACH) bank reversal” or return deposit fee. This might happen when your external bank account has insufficient funds,…
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