What are Round-Ups?
Round-Ups allow you to round up spare change from your purchases. Every time you spend with your linked external bank account, Round-Ups will round up your purchase to the nearest dollar. For example, if you spend $8.35, we’ll automatically round up $.65.
Every time your savings add up to $5 or more, we’ll transfer the spare change to your personal investment account cash balance. You can pause or resume at any time.
If you are having trouble turning on Round-Ups, see the article: I’m trying to turn on Round-Ups. Why do I need to reconnect my external bank?
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Q. Why Did My Transfer Into My Stash Banking Account Get Cancelled?
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Q. Can I Fund My Stash Banking Account Using PayPal?
Absolutely. While we don’t currently support linking your PayPal account by signing in, you can send money directly to your Stash banking account from Paypal. Follow these steps to get set up: First, you’ll need your Account & Routing numbers from your Stash banking accountYou can find these by going to the Spend tab and tapping Move MoneyScroll down to Account &…2
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