Banking Financial Accounts

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We use a third-party system, Plaid, to connect Grow to the banking system. This means that if you are not able to pull any information from your bank, it could be an issue between your bank and Plaid. You can check Plaid's status here:

Financial data is critical for your business. You need to be able to stay up-to-date on your funds in a clear, usable way. Grow lets you connect to the following banks:

  • American Express
  • Bank of America
  • Chase
  • Citi
  • Navy Federal Credit Union
  • SunTrust
  • TD Bank
  • US Bank
  • USAA
  • Wells Fargo

Connecting to Your Bank

Before you get started you will need to know your financial institution along with the login credentials.

  1. Click on the Data tab at the top left of the global navigation. You will be brought to your Data Connections.
  2. Click on the blue Connect button, search for Banking Financial Accounts, and click on that.
  3. An in-app window will pop up. Here, use the dropdown to select your financial institution.
  4. Once you have selected your financial institution, enter your credentials you use for your online banking in the fields shown below your bank.
  5. Once you have entered these in, press the Connect button.


For each bank, there are two endpoints available: Accounts and Transactions.

For each bank, the standard fields are as follows:

  • Accounts: _id, _item, _user, balance.available, balance.current, institution_type, meta.limit,, meta.number, subtype, type
  • Transactions: _account, _id, _pendingTransaction, amount, date, name, meta.account_owner, meta.location.address,, meta.location.state, pending, type.primary, category.0, category.1, category_id

These additional fields may be available, depending on the bank:

  • Accounts: meta.owner, meta.official_name
  • Transactions: score.location.address,, score.location.state,, category.2,, meta.location.coordinates.lon,, meta.ppd_id,

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