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Can I Link a Savings Account as My Funding Source?

While it is possible to fund your account with a savings account, Acorns generally recommends the use of a checking account. Federal regulation limits the withdrawals from a savings account to six transactions per month. Utilizing the automatic Round-Up feature can reach this limit and incur a service charge from your bank. If you decide to use a savings account as your funding source, please note Acorns is not liable for any fees charged by your bank.

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