This debit card is an understated feature. You can order one for free and then use the card to easily access your Cash App funds instead of waiting for the money to be deposited to your bank account.
Also, the card allows you to create a budgeted account. In other words, even if you don’t accept a lot of payments on Cash App, you can still add funds to your Cash App wallet and budget the account for a practical business or personal use. Use it for a weekly food budget, office supplies budget, etc.
Be aware that when you run out of funds or have insufficient funds, the card automatically declines. At the very least, you’ll avoid overspending and overdraft fees.
If you’re new to investment and just looking to try a few things out, Cash App makes it easy to get started. You can simply invest funds straight from your Cash App wallet. And, there’s no minimum account balance stipulation.
It’s not the best investment app on the market, but it is convenient because you don’t have to deposit money into a brokerage account. Keep in mind that it’s not the place you’d want to start a serious investment strategy, but it’s a good place to try investing for the first time.
There’s not a whole lot to say here except that you can pay with your Cash App at any store that uses Square hardware.