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What is Cash Out Now?

Cash Out fees are currently being waived in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The Cash Out Now feature is available for more tenured Handy professionals who have already received at least $50/£50 or more in funds in a regular batch payment.
 
When you choose the option to Cash Out Now, your payment will begin processing to your bank immediately! This feature will allow you to obtain your payments more frequently than the standard payment schedule, for a small fee.
 
In order to use this feature, select the tab marked More, and then select Payments.
 
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Underneath the specific payment you want to push through, you'll see a button marked Cash Out Now. 
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Clicking this button will start the process of sending all of your pending payments for that week to your account. Keep in mind that a Handy payment week begins on Monday and ends on Sunday. Once Monday begins you will no longer be able to cash out payments from the previous week. It will still take between 1 to 3 business days for your deposit to show up in your bank account. Unfortunately, we are unable to speed up this timeline. Please be patient, and if you have any questions, please contact your bank. 
 
Generally, every time that you use Cash Out Now we subtract a small processing fee from your payment. However, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Handy has suspended all Cash Out Now Processing Fees.
 
Cash Out Now Fees 
City Former Fee
Current Fee (suspended due to the pandemic)
Chicago  $2.00  $0.00
All other US and Canadian Cities  $3.00  $0.00
UK Cities  £1.50  £0.00
 
If you still have questions about your deposit, fill in the form below to request a deposit review, someone from our team will respond shortly.
 
Note: Cash Out Now feature is only available to professionals who have already received $50/£50 or more in funds in a regular batch payment. Cash Out Now will not be available within 24 hours of making a change to your Direct Deposit information.
 
To see an estimate of your expected payment →
 
To learn about Daily Cash Out →
 
**Last Updated 4/22/2020**
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