When do I get the cash back I earned through Stash Cash Back?
Your Cash Back earnings are scheduled to be sent to your Stash Invest Cash Balance on the 20th (or next business day) of each month.
What does that mean?
As an example, for transactions made in May, the payout is scheduled for June 20th (or the next business day). You’ll see the Cash Back in your Stash Invest Cash Balance after that scheduled payment.
You’ll receive an email when the money is being transferred to your Cash Balance.
Where can I see my Cash Back earnings?
You can see your Cash Back earnings by going to Cash Back in the app and selecting the dollar amount in the upper right-hand corner of the map. You can see your eligible transactions for each month as well as your next upcoming payout.
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