Reports on Mobile

Your budget is all about looking forward—but knowing what happened in the past can help you prepare for your future spending.

Age of Money

Want to know how many days go by, on average, between earning your money and spending it? Check out the Age of Money report.

Tap on the line graph and slide your finger across the line to see your Age of Money calculation at any point in the past.

Why did my Age of Money suddenly drop?

Age of Money looks at your last ten cash transactions (including credit card payments) and asks, "How long were the dollars used for those transactions sitting around in your accounts, on average?" That means that if you recently did some spending that exhausted the last few pennies of a paycheck from a couple of months ago, your Age of Money can drop suddenly, even though you didn't do anything rash!

I'm cutting spending and saving money. Why isn't my Age of Money going up?

Your Age of Money is based on cash spending. If you use your credit card for most of your purchases, it's normal for your Age of Money to stagnate until you pay your card or make some more cash purchases.

Be patient! Because the Age of Money calculation requires ten cash transactions, it may be that you haven't made that many cash transactions since starting your budget. (Transfers and starting balances don't count.)

Net Worth Report

You’re changing your spending habits, making better decisions, and finding dollars you never knew you had to pay off your debts. Your Net Worth report is all about this progress. 

Tap each bar to see details about your debt and assets at the end of that month. You can also specify which accounts to exclude from the report.

More Reports on Web!

Did you know there are more reports if you access your YNAB account in the web app on a computer? That's where you'll find the Spending and Income v Expense reports, as well as the option to export reports.

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