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Welcome to the Help Center
The Help Center contains in-depth information about Buxfer and answers to several common questions.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is my online banking username and password saved in your database?
Buxfer does not require that you store your bank's username and password in our database.
Buxfer provides you with the option of storing your private data offline on your computer. Data is encrypted so that an intruder can not access it, even if your computer is stolen.
You can also manually upload statements obtained from your online banking website. Learn more about manual uploads.
Is my financial institution supported for sync?
Buxfer supports over 15000 institutions for sync.
Popular Supported Institutions
Bank of AmericaChaseWells Fargo
American ExpressCitibankICICI
USAAING DirectHDFC
US BankPNC BankCapital One
HSBCPaypalTD Bank
Discover CardsCitizens BankCapital One
SunTrustFifth Third BankRegions Bank
Commerce Bank, NAANZNational City
Charles SchwabBB&TBoeing Employee's Credit Union (BECU)
E*TradeKeyBankNavy Army Federal Credit Union
First Tech Credit UnionCompass Bank
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My financial institution is not supported. Can I still use Buxfer?
Yes, absolutely! Buxfer is designed to work for any user anywhere in the world.
If your institution is not supported, you can use one of these methods to enter your transactions:
  • Upload statements: Download statements from your online banking website and upload them to Buxfer. Read more here.
  • Manually enter transactions: Manually enter transactions one at a time. While more tedious, this is also more flexible and allows you to enter future-dated transactions, itemize transactions, etc.