What is Smart-Stash?
Smart-Stash analyzes your spending and earning patterns and saves you spare cash when you can afford it.
Smart-Stash is designed to save your spare cash, not the money you’ll need for bills. Smart-Stash recognizes recurring transactions, such as rent and mortgage payments and bills, and will only save money from your leftover balance.
You can set your maximum transfer to $5, $10, or $25. Smart-Stash will not transfer more than the maximum transfer amount. You can also pause and resume at any time.
Learn more about how Smart-Stash works.
If you are having trouble turning on Smart-Stash, see I’m trying to turn on Smart-Stash. Why do I need to reconnect my external bank?
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Q. How do I pause Recurring Transfers?
You can pause Recurring Transfers in the app or on the web. To pause your Recurring Transfers via the app. 1. Click on Spend from the home screen 2. Click the gear icon in the top right corner 3. Click Transfers,…3
Q. Do I need to sell my SUNOCO (SUN) stock?
You no longer have to sell your shares of SUNOCO (SUN). Please read below for more information on our decision. We heard you loud and clear on our message about Sunoco. We always strive to guide you and help you make good investing decisions.…3
Q. How do I set up automatic dividend reinvestment?
For retirement and custodial accounts, your dividends will be automatically reinvested (at this time we do not offer the option to turn dividend reinvestment off for these accounts) For your personal investment account, follow these steps to start reinvesting dividends into your portfolio.…1
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