What is an exchange?
An exchange is a market where financial instruments are traded. Exchanges can be physical places where traders meet or electronic platforms.
One famous example is the New York Stock Exchange on Wall Street. There are exchanges all over the world. Some from other countries include the Tokyo Stock Exchange and the London Stock Exchange.
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Q. What tax forms does Stash send?
Tax Forms Stash May Send You Below you’ll find some of the most common tax forms Stash issues each year. As always, you’ll want to talk to a tax professional about your specific tax needs and situation. Consolidated 1099 If…12
Q. What to do if I don’t see my cash back?
There are a few reasons you might not see your cash back: Your transaction was not made with a card linked in the Stash Cash Back program Your transaction ran as debit, rather than credit The offer was not valid…12
Q. Is there a minimum amount I need to earn to get my cash back earnings?
No, there is no minimum. Anything you earn through the Stash Cash Back program, will be paid out to your Invest Cash Balance monthly. Please note: Your Stash Invest account has a fee of $1 per month. Once your account…22
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