Included in: stash+,

Open a custodial account with
$1 or less.

Opening investment accounts for kids can help them get a head start later in life.

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Stash for Kids

The best gift is a
brighter future.

Custodial investment accounts6 are very similar to regular investment accounts. You invest on behalf of a child in your life, and they can take over when they’re old enough.

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Anyone can open a custodial investment account for a child—not just parents!


Kids outgrow toys, but an investment in a custodial account can grow, too.


A custodial account is a great way to introduce kids to the concept of investing.


Once they reach age 18, the child can use the money to pay for education or any other opportunity!

Fractional Shares

Start small. Dream big.

You can start investing for kids in a custodial account with as little as $1. Contribute what you can and watch their Stash grow over time!

Based on a 5% average growth rate per year, and monthly deposit of $20.

  • Interest

  • Deposits

  • First contribution

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This is a hypothetical illustration of mathematical principles, is not a prediction or projection of performance of an investment or investment strategy, and assumes monthly contributions at an annual rate of return (compounded annually) and does not account for fees or taxes. It is for illustrative purposes only and is span not indicative of any actual investment. Actual return and principal value may be more or less than the original investment.


We’ll support
you along the way.

As you Stash for a child in your life, we’ll provide ongoing education to help you make confident decisions.

What’s a Stash Custodial Account?

Want to save for your kids’ future? Read on.

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How Custodial Accounts Can Help Your Kids Learn About Investing

Custodial accounts can teach your kids basic of investing.

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What’s the Difference Between a 529 and a Custodial Account?

Two savings accounts for minors but with key differences.

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Stash Pricing

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next step?

Two investment accounts for kids are included in the Stash+ subscription.

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$9/ month*

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Account Types

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account types.

Personal Investment

Simple and flexible investing.

Included in:
beginner, growth, stash+,

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Save for your future, get tax benefits.

Included in:
growth, stash+,

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Invest on a child’s behalf.

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Included in:
beginner, growth, stash+,

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What is a custodial account?chevron icon

A custodial account allows a parent, guardian, or other family members/friends to open an investing account for any kid. The adult (or Custodian of the account) manages the money and investments in it until the child reaches the “age of majority”—usually 18 or 21 years old, varying by state. Learn more about custodial accounts.

How do you set up a custodial account?chevron icon

Our Stash+ subscription plan includes 2 custodial accounts. You will need some basic information about the child in order to set up their account, including their name, date of birth, and social security number.

Can a grandparent or other relative open a custodial account?chevron icon

Any adult can open a custodial account for a kid—not just their parents!

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