Do you offer a free trial?
We have a very easygoing refund and cancellation policy. If you upgrade and then cancel within the first month, you will get a full refund.
If you want to try the membership, you can upgrade, try out the product, and if for any reason you don't like it, you can cancel and get a refund (immediate for Paypal payments, 5-7 business days for credit cards).
Effectively, that's a free trial.
What is your cancellation and refund policy?
Our policy is: If you are not happy with our product, we do not want your money. We make it very easy (1-click) to cancel your membership at any time and get a refund for the remaining portion of your membership.
To cancel your membership and get a refund for the remaining amount, please follow these steps:
Any cancellations within the first month always get a full refund. For subsequent cancellations, we will refund on a pro-rata basis.
Do you provide any discounts for a membership upgrade?
Yes, we do. By inviting friends to Buxfer, you can earn a free upgrade to a premium account.
For every invite accepted by a friend, you will earn a credit of $1.00. This credit can be redeemed ONLY for getting a discount while upgrading/renewing your membership.
What are "Advanced Reports" and why are they useful?
Advanced Reports include sophisticated tools that provide you a better understanding of your assets, debts, earning and spending. This feature is requires a PRO membership.
Advanced Reports consist of the following tools:
Top Movers automatically surface the topmost categories which showed the largest movement compared to the previous reporting period. For instance, if you spend significantly more on Restaurants in a month compared to the previous one, Restaurants will be listed as a Top Mover.
Top Movers makes it effortless to spot changes in spending habits at a glance.
Timeline lets you visually compare your spending (or earning) with that of the previous reporting period. This feature lets you easily identify the duration in the reporting period that caused a deviation from your usual habits.
Allocation breaks down your assets by type and provides a visual categorization of how your assets are spread over different account types such as Checking, Savings, Investment, etc.