Monitor all your investments, retirement, and finances with the only portfolio tracker you’ll ever need.

The Personal Capital Investing and Finance App - this is the smart way to track and manage your personal finance. Now you can see all your accounts in one place—bank accounts, stocks, retirement funds, and your investments. Use our Retirement Planner tool or become an investment client to get access to our financial advisors. This is more than a portfolio tracker, this is professional-grade tech to help you take control of your finances.

"Best App for Investors" - CNBC, 2021
"Best Financial App Award" for 2021 by Money Under 30
"Best for Portfolio Management" - for 2020 by Investopedia

Join over 2.8 million people who use our free tools (as of 12/31/20).

With Personal Capital, you can see all of your accounts in one place. Manage your bank accounts, 401k, IRA, investments, stocks, and even debt, all on our dashboard.

The Cash Flow graph allows you to see your total income and total expenses across all of your accounts, month over month.

See how well your investments are performing – and how they could do even better – with the Investment Checkup tool. Compare your current portfolio allocation to the ideal target allocation designed to minimize risk and maximize returns to meet your financial goals.

Build, manage, and forecast your retirement in one convenient place with your Retirement Planner.

Set a spending target and track it on the go. Quickly check your status by day, week, month, or year. Access your spending simply by checking the date.

At Personal Capital, we keep your best interests in mind. This includes not selling your personal information. And if we share your information with third parties to help us deliver our services, we require that they don’t sell your personal information either. After all, nobody wants their contact information sold to telemarketers. Want to learn more about this? Please see our privacy policy at

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Featured individuals are paid spokespeople and not clients of PCAC and do not make any endorsements or recommendations about securities offerings or investment strategy.

* For more information about Personal Capital's advisory services, including fees and full disclosures, visit © 2021 Personal Capital Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Empower Holdings, LLC. All rights reserved.

What’s New

Version 13.2.6

Introducing a new crypto tracker! Now, your cryptocurrency can be tracked alongside your other financial accounts.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
34.7K Ratings

34.7K Ratings

Attacbot ,

Excellent app

Been using Personal Capital for over 5 years and it is very useful to be able to see your financial history at your fingertips. I have bought 2 homes and sold 1, been through market cycles, tracked retirement accounts and other financial accounts, and everything is there to see in the app and online. There is also other useful features like the retirement planner which allows you to get a good high level view of your retirement progress and add future events like home renovations or vehicle purchases, and asset allocation analysis and budget tracking. Really powerful financial tools!

They started out not offering additional advisory services but eventually moved into that space. It is optional, but they are somewhat pushy trying to get you to speak with their advisors (which is a paid service!). They will cold call about 1-2x per month. Luckily you can opt out of the paid advisory service and just use the financial tracking with the app which is still a useful benefit. I am sure they also get a handle on your “data” to understand aggregate trends of their customers (and who knows what else??). In any case, overall a fairly useful service!

JanWora ,

Great for seeing the big picture

I read a lot of online reviews of financial software offerings before I found Personal Capital. I love that I can get a big picture overview of my net worth, determine if I’m saving enough for my child’s education, if I’m saving enough for retirement, and seeing an aggregate of all my investments in one place. Also, like that it tracks my spending so I know how I well I’m keeping to a budget each month. In the past, I’ve tried tracking my finances using iBank, but it didn’t update automatically very well and was a lot of work to maintain. Personal Capital automatically updates everything, with the exception of my Capital One accounts, which apparently is an issue from Capital One’s end. A few drawbacks is not everything could be connected. For example, I couldn’t get my US Savings bonds and my NC 529 account to connect. Also, the connection to Zillow for estimating home values has been down for several months. I do like getting daily cash flow reports in my email. It allows me to easily confirm what I’ve spent on things before I’ve forgotten about them. Would definitely recommend this app and the desktop app as well. I ended up opening some accounts with Personal Capital after meeting with the investment advisor. That still remains to be seen how well that does. Hoping my earnings are as good as they say they will be. Looking forward to getting more financial advice as my relational with their company continues.

Borrmu421 ,

So far so great!

I have tried numerous personal finance applications, and settled on Mint for the longest time; only because my financial institutions weren't available through those other apps. Then I heard about Personal Capital and thought I'd give it a try, and so far so great!

It syncs with my credit unions which is rare, and MUCH appreciated. I can link my investment accounts and get professional advice. After using other apps, I have to say that they seem more geared towards children. Mint is a little more robust, but Personal Capital seems to have it all. It's made for us grown-ups, and gives you all the tools necessary to manage your finances and help improve your financial well being.

Not to be understated, is the fact that they have apps for phones, tablets and desktop interfaces. Most other apps only offer phone apps which can be annoying to interface with unless you're just checking something quick while on the go. Mint does have all 3 as well, I just don't like their implementation of the interface as much and the tools they offer. Keep up the great work, and hopefully a year from now I'll still feel as good as I do now.

App Privacy

The developer, Personal Capital Corporation, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

  • Siri

    Get things done within this app using just your voice.

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