Cash App is the easiest way to send, spend, save, and invest your money.
Here’s how it works:
When you have money in Cash App, you can:
Let’s get started.
Before you can pay for stuff with Cash App, you need to add some cash to your account.
More about adding cash here.
You can quickly send and receive money with Cash App.
Withdraw cash from your account at any time.
Learn more about cashing out here.
Cash Card is a Visa debit card connected to your Cash App account. Why would you want a debit card connected to Cash App?
Learn more about Cash Card here.
You must be 18 or older to apply for a Cash Card. Cards should arrive within 10 business days. Your Cash Card can be used as soon as you order it, by adding it to Apple Pay and Google Pay, or by using the card details found in the Cash Card tab.
You can easily buy, sell, and send Bitcoin with Cash App.
For more information about Bitcoin, check out our Bitcoin articles.
You don’t have to be a billionaire to invest in stocks. With Cash App, you can buy fractional shares—tiny pieces of stocks that nearly anyone can afford. You can invest in the largest, most profitable companies on the planet without spending a ton of cash.
For more info, read our Investing articles.
Brokerage services provided by Cash App Investing LLC, member FINRA / SIPC. Investing involves risk; you may lose money. Investments are not FDIC insured. Cash App Investing LLC does not trade bitcoin.
Banking services provided and debit card issued by Sutton Bank or Lincoln Savings Bank, Members FDIC
You can deposit paychecks, tax returns, unemployment benefits, government stimulus payouts and more directly to Cash App.
You can direct deposit paychecks, tax returns, unemployment benefits, government stimulus payouts and more. For more information, check out our Direct Deposit pages.
The money in Cash App account balance is covered by the FDIC.