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Cash App

How To Get Your Cash App Bank Statement! (Full 2022 Guide!)

Jamey Muller
Updated: July 15, 2022
3 min read

Are you curious about how to get your Cash App bank statement?

Wonder no more! In this guide, we'll walk you through the process step-by-step. Let's get started!

Here’s How to Get Your Cash App Statement:

  1. Tap the Profile icon on your Cash App home screen.
  2. Select Support.
  3. Scroll down and click on Something Else.
  4. Select Sending A Payment.
  5. Scroll down and tap on View Payment Statements.
  6. Select Access Your Monthly Statements.
  7. Your browser will open and you'll get redirected to the official Cash App website.
  8. Tap the download icon in the top right-hand corner and select the month you want to download.

How to Print Your Cash App Statement:

First, get your Cash App statements as explained above. Then, tap Share Statement.

Select how you'd like to share your statement (AirDrop, Mail, Messages, etc.). From there you could send the statement to a device that is connected to your printer via Email, AirDrop, or any other method you feel comfortable using.

Print your statement from there!

What Is Included in Your Cash App Statements?

Cash App statements feature the following:

  • Transaction ID
  • Date & Time
  • Transaction Type (Sent P2P, etc.)
  • Amount
  • Fee
  • Net Amount
  • Status (Payment Sent, Declined, etc.)
  • Notes
  • Names of sender/receiver
  • Account

Do You Get Your Cash App Bank Statements Automatically?

Unfortunately, you cannot currently get your Cash App bank statements automatically. You can only request them manually through the app.

When Do Cash App Statements Become Available?

You can download your Cash App statements 5 business days after the last day of the month.

Does Cash App Offer an Annual Statement?

No, Cash App does not currently offer an annual statement. You can only get monthly statements.

Can You Set Dates for Your Cash App Statements?

No, you cannot currently set dates for your Cash App statements. The app will only allow you to select the month you want to download.

Keep in mind that your statements will only be available 5 business days after the last day of the month.

What if I Need My Cash App Statements for More Than One Month?

If you need your Cash App statements for more than one month, you'll have to download them one at a time.

Should You Print Your Cash App Statements Every Month?

Yes, we recommend that you print your Cash App statements every month to keep track of your spending.

Do I Need My Cash App Statement for Tax Purposes?

If you made any money through Cash App in the past year, then you will need to report it on your taxes. You can use your Cash App statements to help you fill out your tax forms.

Other Ways to Get Your Cash App Statement:

You can also get your Cash App statement by contacting Cash App support. However, I would strongly recommend trying yourself first as it will likely take the Cash App support a few days to send you your Cash App statements.

What if I See an Error in My Monthly Cash App Statement?

If you see an error in your monthly Cash App statement, you can reach out to Cash App support for help.

What Happens if You Don’t Check Your Cash App Statements?

If you don't check your Cash App statements, you may miss important information about your account. For example, you may not know if there are unauthorized transactions on your account.

It's also a good idea to check your statements regularly so that you can catch any errors or discrepancies early on.

Final Thoughts:

I hope this guide on how to get your Cash App bank statement was helpful! Remember, you can always reach out to Cash App support if you have any questions or need help with anything.

Written by
Jamey Muller
I'm the head-writer @ Knowledge Eager (or, in plain English, I'm the guy writing the majority of the content here). Addicted to the stock market, football, sushi and tacos.
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Jamey Muller
I'm the head-writer @ Knowledge Eager (or, in plain English, I'm the guy writing the majority of the content here). Addicted to the stock market, football, sushi and tacos.