Open to all South Africans with an SA ID number
We're on a mission to change the way South Africans approach investments.
Start your investment journey today
Stash is an app that helps you invest in your future by saving small amounts of money every day into a tax-free investment. No forms, no fees, no minimum balance and no tax.
There are no fees for Stash. This means every single cent that you contribute is invested to maximise your growth.
Invest on your terms
Simply link a bank card that can do online transactions and start investing straight away. You can increase, decrease and even pause your contributions at any time directly from the app.
Choose to invest your stash into either our SA Top 40 Shares portfolio (variable growth), or our Cash+ portfolio (guaranteed growth), or invest into both. As these portfolios grow in value, so does your stash.
The Ten Cents Challenge is a fun way to challenge yourself to start investing. Start with 10c on the first day and work your way up by adding 10c to your daily amount everyday for a year. Before you know it, all those 10c start meaning a lot.
Stash every day
Every day, choose to invest from as little as R5 automagically. Want to invest more? Then stash some more with the tap of a button. Simple.
Stash on sunny days
Save on sunny days for your rainy day. Every day, Stash checks the weather in your area. If it's sunny, you stash spare change. If it's un-sunny, you don't.
Stash when you sweat
Use your workouts to help you become financially fit. Stash based on how many steps you take and calories you burn.
Boost your Stash
Add up to R1,000 to your Stash at the end of each month.
Get R10 on us when you refer friends
Invite a friend and you'll get R10 when they sign up (max R100).
What our lawyers want us to say: Investments in certain investment products involve risk and are not guaranteed - their value will rise and fall at times and you could get back less than you invested.
Liberty Group Ltd, is the insurer of the STASH Tax-Free Investment and an Authorised FSP (no 2409). T's and C's apply.