It was good to see that Emma has my mortgage company, PennyMac. Not so good for my “Net Worth” - hah!
A very cool integration - but not a bank - would be to use Trulia and/or Zillow, or any of the real estate websites that will estimate the value of real estate. Then my “Net Worth” would be more accurate by having both the value of my home and my mortgage loan. Or even just allow us to add a custom real estate asset and just whatever value we want (not as cool as an automated solution).
Emma/Plaid works with Ally Bank. Ally’s High Yield Savings accounts (hah, 0.6% interest, a joke these days) has the concept of buckets. It’s still a single account, but it allows one to split the monies up. We use it for “sinking funds” that need to be saved over 6 months or more.
It’d be cool if Plaid could get this info into Emma.
Here are the long-er term savings buckets we have at Ally:
Hi! Thanks for the wonderful app. I love using Emma. I frequently use Splitwise app for sharing expenses with friends. And pay once in a while using Venmo. That means that the expenses never appear as transactions in Emma, instead there will only be an entry of money deducted by Venmo. That is less helpful.
I am wondering, if there is any future plans to integrate Splitwise and Venmo in to the app. Thanks!
(I had posted this in UK integrations thread before by mistake. removed it from there to post it here.)
Please add Optum Bank (Health Savings Account) and Vanguard to the list please. This app would be very near perfect if I had those options.
I’ve got Vanguard in my Emma. But I wish Emma/Plaid could support having two different Vanguard logins as I’d like to track not just my Vanguard account by my wife’s Vanguard account. If I recall correctly, Emma/Plaid can’t handle two accounts.