How long does it take to transfer funds to my Stash invest account?
When you transfer money from your external bank account to Stash Invest account, you’ll see the amount in your Stash Invest Portfolio activity almost instantly. However, it can take up to three business days for the money to physically move out of your bank account. Before the transfer from your bank account to Stash Invest account is complete, it will show as “Pending deposit” in the portfolio activity section of your Stash Invest account.
Below are steps to access your portfolio activity
- Select the Invest tile on the Home screen
- Scroll down and you will see Portfolio activity
- Select your name in the top right corner of the screen
- Select Portfolio activity on the left side of the screen
Please note: Business days are Monday through Friday, and do not include weekends and federal holidays.
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