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Easily import bank balances into finance software

a startup idea shared by Sasmito Adibowo on 06/01/2012

Easily import bank balances into finance software You need to reconcile your bank and credit card balances with your personal finance software like MoneyWell, iBank, or Mint. But your bank doesn't support Direct Connect, OFX (Open Financial Exchange), or even doesn't provides QIF (Quicken Interchange Format) for your transaction history. Thus you need to massage their CSV output (which are often not in the format that your software expects) or worse, key in your transactions one-by one. What adds pain to the wound is that you need to do this every month when you reconcile your accounts. WOuldn't it be great if there is an application that helps you import your banks' statements through their e-banking websites into the formats that your software expects? Even when your bank's aren't even aware what OFX or Direct Connect means?

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