Money Dashboard says it aims to help people take control of their finances, ‘empowering them to make the right financial decisions in life’. Founded in 2010 and based in Edinburgh, Money Dashboard gives you a clear overview of your spending using graphs and tables. You are able to add multiple current accounts, savings accounts and credit cards to your dashboard.
Money Dashboard is available on Web, Android and iOS.
Sign up, add your accounts and start using Money Dashboard for free. Once you complete the sign up form you can begin adding any accounts or credit cards you have. These can all be viewed on one screen, giving you an overview of all your finances. There is no fee for using Money Dashboard.
Automated tagging. Money Dashboard automatically groups, tags and displays your recent transactions, showing you when and where you’re spending your money.
Track spending and set goals. Money Dashboard uses charts to assist with your personal financial planning. See where your money has gone in the past, then set and track goals using its budget planner.
Forecast your spending. The Planner feature lets you see your predicted future income, expenditure and balances.
Is Money Dashboard safe?
Your information will be protected by bank-level security. Money Dashboard use an Extended Validation security certificate with 256-bit encryption to protect your data. Money Dashboard cannot move your money, it is a read-only application, which means it cannot be used for withdrawals, payments or to transfer your funds.
Pros and cons of Money Dashboard
All your finances in one place without having to jump between banking apps or website – great for those who use multiple building societies.
Intelligent insights into your budget and spending.
Can help in setting and achieving goals.
Supports 59 providers, including major high street banks.
There can be a 4-5 day buffer between making a transaction and seeing it on Money Dashboard.
Some may not be comfortable with sharing their online banking credentials.
Money Dashboard uses your data to provide insight to companies on market research. While it does not share your personally identifiable data, some users may not me comfortable with this.
What other options are available?
There are plenty of other trendy digital banking options out there. Each offers a unique spin on the idea of an app driven Mastercard or online account.
You can check out some of the leading players in the digital banking space below:
Updated December 8th, 2019
Frequently asked questions
Money Dashboard does not directly store your online banking credentials (username, password, etc.) – these are passed to Yodlee and cannot be retrieved by Money Dashboard.
Money Dashboard uses the data it collects to provide companies information on trends in consumer behaviour. It identifies shifts in consumer preferences using anonymised spending information from groups of users.
Money Dashboard may offer suggestions for products and services like credit cards, home loan offers or insurance providers that can save you money. If you select a product based on this suggestion, Money Dashboard may receive a fee from the product provider.
The prepaid card is being phased out, and will no longer be usable from the 4th April.
Yes. As Money Dashboard doesn’t store any banking credentials or information, you don’t have to worry about your details being compromised. Also, transfers cannot be made from Money Dashboard.
Yes, Money Dashboard is regulated by the FCA. This means that in the unlikely event of fraudulent activity, you will be protected.
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Charlie Barton is a publisher at Finder. He specialises in banking and investments products, including banking apps, current accounts, share-dealing platforms and stocks and shares ISAs. Charlie has a first-class degree from the London School of Economics, and in his spare time enjoys long walks on the beach.
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