Why am I being charged a Bank Transfer Reversal Fee?
What may appear on your account as an ‘Apex Clearing (ACH) bank reversal fee’ takes place when a transfer of funds is canceled.
Here are a few reasons this may occur: if there are insufficient funds in your bank account, there is a duplicate transaction on your account, a transaction is denied, or when the type of account is incorrect.
In the event of an ACH (Automated Clearing House) reversal, a $0.50 fee will be incurred by the user and the funds will be returned to the original account. Stash is not responsible for any ACH reversal fees incurred by the user.
The best way to avoid these fees is by making sure you have enough money in the checking account linked to your Stash Invest and/or Stash Retire account before you make any transfers, including any automated transfers and investments you may have set up through Auto-Stash.
Q. How can I close my Stash Retire account?
You can close or withdraw funds from your Retire account in just a few simple steps. To initiate the process contact support. First, you will need to sell any investments that you may have in your Retire account. This will make all funds in your account available to withdraw from your cash balance when we…
Q. What are fees for Stash Retire?
For Stash Retire accounts with average daily balances of less than $5,000.00 in the subject month, we will charge a fixed fee of $2.00 per month in advance. Investment advisory fees are not prorated for partial months. For Stash Retire accounts with average daily balances of greater than $5,000.00 in the subject month, we charge…
Q. Are there any trading fees associated with stocks on Stash?
There are no add on commissions or trading fees for adding stocks to your Stash portfolio. That means that you never have to pay extra to buy or sell, transfer funds or withdraw, or any action that you take to transact money in your Stash. Everything is included in the simple fee structure: $1 a…
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