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How to transfer money from Cash App to your bank account

If you're in a hurry, you can pay extra for an instant transfer.
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August 23, 2023

Normally, money stuck in your Cash App account isn’t that useful. If you want to get funds out, here’s how to transfer money from Cash App to your bank account.

QUICK ANSWER

To transfer money from Cash App to your bank account, make sure you've linked the two together. Then, open the app and go to Money > Cash Out. Choose the amount and timeframe you want, and confirm using either biometric authentication or your PIN.

How to transfer money to your bank account from Cash App

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To transfer money from Cash App to your bank account, first, make sure you’ve linked your bank information. After that, do the following:

  1. Open Cash App on your device.
  2. Tap the Money tab on the homescreen.
  3. Select Cash Out.
  4. Choose the amount you want and tap Cash Out.
  5. Select the timeframe in which you want the transfer to complete. Instant transfers have associated fees, while Standard free transfers take around 1 to 3 business days.
  6. Confirm your selection with either biometric authentication or your PIN.

Currently Instant transfer fees are between 0.5% to 1.75% of the amount you want to transfer, with a minimum fee of $0.25. Note also that Instant transfers are also made to your debit card, not directly to your bank account — this doesn’t usually make a difference in practice.


FAQs

Yes, but there’s a fee associated with the process. That’s 0.5% to 1.75% of the amount you want to transfer, with a minimum fee of $0.25.

Yes, Cash App limits sending and receiving from unverified accounts to $1,000 every 30 days. You can raise both limits by verifying your account, which in the US requires your full name, birthday, and Social Security number.

You can only send money to your linked bank account. If you want to send money to a different account, you must replace the old one with the new one.