How can I close my Stash Retire account?
You can close your Retire account in just a few simple steps.
How to Close you Stash Retire Account:
Turn off Auto-Stash for your IRA account
Sell all of the investments in your IRA account
Once the sales have settled visit Stash from a web browser:
Login to your Account
Click your name in the top right corner
Scroll to Close accounts
Select the account you would like to close
Fill out the paperless form required to close an IRA
Click submit to send the closing paperwork.
You can also click here to manage your account
*Note: If you withdraw from your Retire account before the age of retirement, you may be charged a penalty fee from the IRS. Please review the IRS website for additional information. This is not tax advice. Please consult with a tax professional for additional questions.
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