I currently use financeworks.intuit.com to keep track of transactions/balances in my bank, brokerage, and credit card accounts. My favorite feature: it automatically pulls transactions/balances without my having to log in to each separately.
Is there any free/open source Unix/Linux software (eg, gnucash???) that does the same thing? Notes:
I get financeworks.intuit.com for free, but I dislike them having all my usernames/passwords.
It works with many of my banks/brokers/credit cards, but not all of them.
It sometimes works w/ a given bank/broker/card for a while and then stops working (perhaps because my "remember me" cookie gets wiped out and the bank/broker/card site asks me a security question that financeworks can't answer).
Surely, Unix hackers can do better. Notes:
The software would ideally use OFX, which lets third party apps read my bank/broker/card transaction/balance data, but not my more sensitive data.
A list of my banks/brokers/cards (software should ideally work w/ all of them, or at least all minus 3 or 4):
I notice that at least 2-3 of my credit card sites redirect to managemycreditcard.com, so if the software can interface w/ this site, it should suffice.
Side question: how many banks/brokers/cards are using OFX? Is it relatively new or fairly widespread?