I've been using my CashApp for risky overseas purchases and also have one for buisness purchases.
Has anyone successfully attached one of these accounts to YNAB?
Hi Silver Ink !
Cash App isn't currently a supported financial institution. If you try to add it in the app, it'll let our import partner know you'd like to have the option to connect to that account. We can't promise if or when they'll add additional connections, but it puts it on the list of possibilities.
Whether you're using Direct Import or importing a file, it's still best to enter transactions right away, that way you can always trust your budget. Many YNABers even prefer actively entering transactions as it gives you a lot more awareness of your spending.
It's also faster than you might expect, because you can use scheduled transactions for recurring expenses (rent and utility bills) and the mobile app for recording spending on-the-go (gas and groceries). You can still import transactions, because YNAB will know to match them up with the ones you entered and add those you may have missed.
Still, we know Direct Import can be a big factor in budgeting decisions. We'd love to hear what ends up working best for you!
I would like to also vote for a CashApp connector. This is becoming a real pain to manually enter transactions. I don't want to use a credit card but I also don't want to put my debit card at risk. Please oh please add this financial institution especially now that nobody wants to handle cash and digital money is preferred. Also, Thank You ALL!!!