Manage Your Subscription

📱 If you’re on a mobile device, head over here for Mobile Subscription Info.

How you update your subscription depends on which platform you're using and how you subscribed.

  • If you subscribed directly through YNAB, changes to your subscription can be made in your Account Settings in the web app.

An arrow points to Account Settings in the drop down menu on the left side of the screen.

  • If you subscribed through the App Store (on an iPhone or iPad), you'll need to manage your subscription through Apple.
  • If you subscribed through the Play Store (on Android), you’ll need to manage your subscription through Google. 

In This Article

Change Billing Information

Did your card expire since last year? Did your bank make you change cards three times since then? No problem! 

In your Account Settings on the web app, click the Edit button.
Now enter your new credit card information. We'll verify the card, but don't worry—you won't be charged until your current subscription period is up!

Under Subscription, the renewal date is listed, and to the right is a blue and white Edit button.

Get an Invoice or Receipt

We'll email you a copy of your receipt when your subscription renews, but if you lose that email (#InboxZero, am I right?), you can get an invoice. 

Whether it's for taxes or to frame and hang on your wall, here's how you can access your invoices:

  • In Account Settings on the web app, click the View button in the YNAB Invoices section.

Below the Subscription section is the YNAB Invoices section; there's a blue and white View button on the right.

  • Click View to select an invoice and that will open a new tab for you to print or download as needed.

If you purchased your subscription through Apple, you can view your purchase history here.

If you purchased your subscription through the Google Play Store, here’s how you can review your order history.

Cancel Your Subscription

Canceling your subscription will allow you to access YNAB through the end of your current subscription period. Until that point, you'll see an option to resume the subscription. Once it expires, your account will not renew and you will lose access to your budget. However, you can resubscribe to restore access to your budget(s).

If your subscription remains expired for three years, your account data will be deleted—but we'll remind you before then in case you want to give YNAB another try!

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