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Quickly extract transactions from bank and credit card
PDF statements into Spreadsheets

Importing bank data into spreadsheets is a pain; most banks offer PDF or mailed statements
which spreadsheets don’t import. Both require labor-intensive manual entry.

We provide a better way!

MoneyThumb Online for Spreadsheets

Save 33% with an Annual Plan!



Your time is Money
  • 5 Conversions/Month
  • Unlimited Support
  • That's $5.00 per conversion


Your time is Money
  • Save 33% vs $24.95 monthly
  • 60 Conversions/Year
  • Unlimited Support
  • That's $3.33 per conversion

Looking for Desktop Converters?

If online is not for you, try our Desktop Converter which offers 1000 conversions per quarter and operates from your desktop. This product is licensed per user. 

Licensed per User

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Essential and Pro Converters

Works with Banks A-Z

MoneyThumb works with most of the banks around the world whether in the States or intercontinental, in fact, we haven’t met a bank that doesn’t.

MoneyThumb Online for Spreadsheets is
designed for speed and flexibility.

We’ll convert your files to either the XLS format for direct import into Excel, or .csv format that can be read by any spreadsheet program.

Convert your scanned or native statements directly into a spreadsheet file format in just a few seconds!

Starting at: $24.95 for 5 conversions per month

Convert any
file format

The only PDF converter with OCR/IDR technology built for bank statements.

Pull data from
printed statements

Bring transactional data into QuickBooks from PDF, OFX, CSV, QFX or QIF formats.

in Seconds

Auto-balance, reconciliation and
assisted payee cleanup.

Save Time with
Advanced Features

Process multiple statements at once, save multiple profiles and target accounts within a statement.

Notes: Conversions are valid for the life of the subscription. Unused conversions roll over when your subscription renews.
Each account on each monthly statement counts as one conversion. Reconverting the same file only counts as one conversion.

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