Your administration consists of different parts. You start by receiving invoices, receipts, documents, deeds, certificates,... A lot of paper that usually disappears in the rubbish bin or somewhere in a cupboard on your desk. What usually remains is a transaction slip on your bank statement.
In any business, linking documents to payments is the responsibility of a bookkeeper or accountant. For the private individual/family, such obligations do not apply. Neverthless, a lot of positive elements can emerge when you arrange your financial household like a company does. This usually cost money and time.
The solution is at your fingertips: an app that connects both and makes optimal use of minimal effort. ROOV connects all your bank accounts to your digital archive.
In other words: The HOUSEHOLD BUDGET BOOK 2.0
1. Save time
Linking your bank account will save you time. Your transactions are automatically collected in the app. You immediately get a clear overview of your expenses and you will do less manual work. The only thing you have to do is assign a category.
2. Get a clear cost overview and see immediately where you can save
By linking your bank accounts to ROOV, you will have to do less manual work. In the expense report, you can clearly see what your biggest expenses are and where you can save.
3. What with my privacy
Privacy is one of our core values, we protect your data. We have obtained from the National Bank of Belgium, the PSD2, Account information license. Therefore we comply with the strict rules of the National Bank and your data is safe with ROOV.
4. Which banks are connected?
ROOV was given the licence by the National Bank to connect with many banks (in the meantime, other banks have already been connected):
- Axa Bank
- BNP Paribas Fortis
- Hello Bank
- KBC Brussels
- Bank J. Van Breda & C°
In the future, of course, many more banks will be added thanks to our cooperation with Ibanity. Is your bank not in the list? Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
5. How to link my bank accounts?
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