What is Stash Retire? We've Simplified Saving for Your Future

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May 23, 2017

What is Stash Retire? Saving For Your Future, Simplified

By Stash Team

Read more about how Stash is making it easier than ever to save for the future.

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First we simplified investing. Now we’re taking saving to the next level with Stash Retire.  

This isn’t your parents’ retirement account. It’s created just for you, aligned with the way you live your life, and the way you want to plan it.

Our ethos: Saving for retirement doesn’t have to be expensive and complicated.

Until recently, investing for retirement was something that required a lot of cash up front. The barriers to entry were high, and the minimum you needed to open an account with most investment advisors usually had to have a K written after it — and more than two zeros.

With Stash Retire you can open a retirement account with as little as $5.

How do I get Stash Retire?

Sign up for Stash Retire now. 


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Stash Team

*If you’re over 50, that yearly contribution max goes up to $7,000.

**However, there can be penalties on earnings if you withdraw before you turn 59 ½ years old.


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