How do I change my name?
To change the name on your Stash account, you must have filed a legal name change.
Why does it need to be a legal name change?
When you started with Stash, we verified your identity to ensure that you were eligible to open an account with us. To change this verified identity, we need to we need to make sure this legal change occurred.
How to change your Stash account to your new legal name
Contact our support team. They will ask you for a document that proves your legal name change. A marriage license or legal name change document is perfect.
Once we receive this documentation, our support team can update your name.
How long does this take to show up in my account?
It can take up to five business days for this change to be reflected in your account.
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