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🍃 Automate your personal finances – for free, with no ads, and no data collection.

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Mintable

Mintable

Automate your personal finances – for free, with no ads, and no data collection.


Mintable helps you:

  • Keep track of your account balances
  • Aggregate transactions from all your banking institutions, including checking accounts, savings accounts, and credit cards
  • Analyze and budget your spending using a spreadsheet and formulas



Quickstart

  1. Sign up for Plaid's Free Plan.
  2. Install Mintable:

    npm install -g mintable
    mintable setup
    
  3. Update your account balances/transactions:

    mintable fetch
    

Note: If you're already a version

1.x.x
user, you can migrate your existing configuration to version
2.x.x
.

Documentation

Check out the full documentation in the

./docs
folder.

FAQs

WTF is 'Mintable'?!

min·ta·ble: noun. 1. An open-source tool to automate your personal finances – for free, with no ads, and no data collection. Derived from mint (the wildly popular personal finance app from Intuit) + table (a spreadsheet).

Do I have to use Plaid?

Nope. You can import transactions from a CSV bank statement exclusively on your local machine. We also have templates to get you started.

Do I have to use Google Sheets?

Nope. You can export your account balances & transactions to a CSV file exclusively on your local machine.

Do I have to manually run this every time I want new transactions in my spreadsheet?

Nope. You can automate it for free using BitBar,

cron
, or GitHub Actions.

It's not working!

Alternatives

  • Money in Excel: Recently announced partnership between Microsoft/Plaid. Requires a Microsoft 365 subscription ($70+/year).
  • Mint: Owned by Intuit (TurboTax). Apps for iOS/Android/Web.
  • build-your-own-mint: Some assembly required. More flexible.

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