How Much Money Do I Have

It's a simple question, but it can be surprisingly hard to answer. does one thing: It keeps you up to date about how much money you have. It costs $5/month, with a 7-day free trial period.

How does it work?

  1. First, sign up, and subscribe using the provided link
  2. Then, link your accounts using the “Add account” buttons

That's all! You can look at your dashboard at any time to see your account balances. If you want to, you can schedule a daily or weekly email report, or connect other services using a personal JSON endpoint. We use Plaid to connect with your institutions, so you can connect any bank that they support.

The report on your dashboard and in scheduled emails will look something like this:

Privacy Policy

We don't sell your data, we don't try to sell you anything extra, and we never will. Our privacy policy is short:

We store only the information necessary to retrieve your assets and balances, and display or email them to you, and to manage your subscription. We do not share your information with anyone, and we never will. In order to use our service, you may need to provide information to third parties, and authorize them to share your account information with us. That information is never shared further. We do not process your personal data, except to produce the dashboard and reports.


If you need help using the site, please email support. We are a very small business, but will aim to help you as quickly as possible.

Terms of service

By signing up for and using this web site, you agree to our terms of service.


As stated in the privacy policy, we store and process as little information about you as possible. When we must access personal or financial information or transmit it to you, it is always encrypted using TLS1.2 or better.

If you have identified any security-relevant issues with our service, note that we will pay up to $5,000 for detailed information about the issues you have identified, depending on their severity. In this case, please email our security address with detailed information, including:

  1. A brief description of the issue
  2. Steps taken to discover or replicate the issue
  3. Scope of the issue
  4. Payment details