Low fees let you invest more of your money

Our pricing structure

The more you invest, the less you pay

Total Investment (SGD)Annual Fee Rate (Incl. GST)
First $25,0000.8%
Any additional amount above $25,000, up to $50,0000.7%
Any additional amount above $50,000, up to $100,0000.6%
Any additional amount above $100,000, up to $250,0000.5%
Any additional amount above $250,000, up to $500,0000.4%
Any additional amount above $500,000, up to $1,000,0000.3%
Any additional amount above $1,000,0000.2%

No hidden fees.

No minimum balance.

No kidding.

StashAway’s management fees range between just 0.2% and 0.8% annually, excluding ETF fees of approximately 0.2% charged by the ETF managers. Compare this fee structure to traditional banking products that charge between 1.25% and 5% annually. Our broker charges a 0.1% SGD to USD conversion fee for USD portfolios, no matter how much you invest. That’s considerably lower than broker and retail bank fees, which can range between 0.35% and 0.7% per transaction.

StashAway Pricing
Creating an accountNo charge
WithdrawalsUnlimited and Free
Transferring money in and out of your accountNo charge
Account closureNo charge
Minimum balance$0
Annual management fee0.2% - 0.8% per annum
Currency conversion fee charged by our broker for non-USD deposits. (Not applicable for our Income Portfolio that is in SGD.)0.08% on the spot rate
Fees charged by the ETF managerApprox. 0.2% per annum

Earn (significantly) more with lower fees

Our lower fees allow you to earn more returns over the long-term, because they don’t eat into what you can otherwise earn with compound interest.

Why do we use a unit trust as a comparison?

In Singapore, banks commonly sell unit trusts to customers, making unit trusts one of the most common investment products used by Singaporeans to generate returns.

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