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How do I make an IRA contribution?

There are a few ways to contribute to your Acorns Later account. If you’d like to make a contribution, first make sure that your primary bank account, which we call your Funding Source, is linked to your Acorns Later account.

Recurring Contributions

To set up a Recurring Contribution, follow these steps:

1. On your Acorns Later home screen, select 'Recurring'
2. Choose the amount you want to contribute
3. Choose the frequency — daily, weekly or monthly
4. Confirm your contribution

One-time Contributions

You can also make a One-Time Contribution — anytime, anywhere!

1. On your Acorns Later home screen, find the, “Have some extra cash?” card
2. Select the amount you wish to invest or press “More Options"
3. Confirm your contribution

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