jaraco.financial implements tools for financial management, particularly around Open Financial Exchange and Microsoft Money. These scripts help facilitate the continued use of Money using the free, sunset release, by enabling mechanical downloads of OFX data from institutions that support OFX.
jaraco.financial is written by Jason R. Coombs. It is licensed under an MIT-style permissive license.
You can install it with easy_install jaraco.financial, or grab the code from the mercurial repository.
The primary use of this package is the ofx command. After installing, run ofx --help for usage. jaraco.financial doesn't provide any institutions, but you can see jaraco.institutions for an example of a project that implements some institutions for use in jaraco.financial.
This project is still a work in progress, but if you think you might find it useful, don't hesitate to contact the author for help.
The author plans to add some of the following features:
- Provide an input file format for specifying user's account details instead of requiring them to be passed as command-line parameters.
- Integrate some of the most common institutions.
- ofx script now implements different commands. Where one called "ofx" before, now call "ofx query".
- Added new command "ofx download-all" (not yet implemented).
- Added command "record-document-hashes" for e-mailing record of the hashes of each document.
- Integrated OFX support based on scripts provided by Jeremy Jongsma. Includes ability to specify financial institutions as plugins and download OFX data via the command-line script ofx.
- Added keyring support, so credentials for financial institutions are stored securely within the Windows Vault.
- Added command to clean up temporary files that crash MS Money.
- Initial release with script for launching files in MS Money.