Richly functional, and easy to use, personal finance software.

Import from Quicken or

Seamlessly import data from Quicken and Mint, and set up running register balances, standard and custom categorization in a clutter-free interface with no advertisements.

Automate Transaction Downloads

Automatically sync data from banking, credit card or retirement accounts, and download investment balances, such as your 401k balance.

Manage Your Money from Anywhere

Keep track of your finances, wherever you are — at home, at work, or shuffling through airport security with our iOS and Android app. Wherever you enter your data, we'll sync it automatically for you to view.

Key Features

  • Imports data from Quicken and Mint
  • 12,500+ financial institutions
  • Multi-factor login protection
  • Android and iOS apps
  • Category customization (add, delete, rename)
  • Tags (add, delete, rename)
  • Reporting for Account balances
  • Reporting for Category activity
  • Reporting for Tag activity
  • Report exporting
  • Individual Account QIF importing
  • Budgeting
  • Running register balances
  • Account reconciliation
  • Graphs for Income & Spending
  • Recurring transactions
  • Investment balances by Institution
  • Memorized transactions
  • Split transactions
  • Description renaming


" of the few services that lets you import data from Quicken."

"...CountAbout is like Quicken, without the glitches."


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