Sourcetable Integration

Export Cash App to CSV

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    Understanding your financial transactions is pivotal, especially when it involves cryptocurrency like Bitcoin. Exporting your Cash App transactions to a CSV file, available from February 15, is not only a matter of convenience but also a crucial step in financial management and tax reporting. The ability to download a comprehensive Transactions CSV file allows you to gain a clear overview of your peer-to-peer and external wallet transactions, as well as calculate gains and losses efficiently. On this page, we'll delve into what Cash App is, guide you through the steps to export your transactions to a CSV file, explore the practical use cases for this data, introduce Sourcetable as a seamless alternative to manual CSV exports, and answer frequently asked questions about the process to ensure you're well-equipped to handle your financial reporting with confidence.

    What is Cash App?

    Cash App is a P2P payment app that functions as a financial services platform. It was launched in 2013, originally under the name Square Cash, to provide a competitive alternative to services like Venmo and PayPal. While Cash App is not a bank by itself, it offers banking services in partnership with bank partner(s), with the balance in Cash App accounts being FDIC-insured.

    The platform extends various financial services to its users, such as providing prepaid debit cards, brokerage services through Cash App Investing LLC, and bitcoin services. Cash App Investing LLC, a subsidiary of Block, Inc., enables users to invest in stocks and is a member of FINRA/SIPC. However, it is important to note that Block, Inc. and Cash App Investing do not engage in bitcoin trading. Trading bitcoin, much like other forms of investing, involves risks.

    Cash App is known for its ease of use in banking, offering faster, simpler banking and exclusive discounts. It also helps users to invest easily and provides them with the facilities to buy, sell, and transfer bitcoin. Additionally, Cash App offers a tax filing service with Cash App Taxes, benefitting both individual and business users. Cash App, as a subsidiary of Block, Inc., emphasizes its stance as an accessible financial tool for a wide range of monetary transactions and financial services.

    Exporting Cash App Data to CSV

    Accessing Cash App Statements

    To begin exporting your Square Cash trading history, log into your Cash App account from a computer. Once logged in, navigate to the ‘statements’ section of your account dashboard.

    Exporting CSV File

    In the statements section, you will find the option to ‘Export CSV’. Click on this to initiate the download of your trading history file in .csv format.

    Importing CSV File into CoinLedger

    After receiving the CSV file, you can proceed to import it into CoinLedger. To do this, go to the CoinLedger platform and click on ‘Upload File’. Drag your CSV file into the provided box to complete the import process.

    Sourcetable Integration

    Seamlessly Import Your Cash App Data with Sourcetable

    Traditionally, managing your financial data from Cash App involves exporting your transaction history to a CSV file and then importing it into another spreadsheet program. However, with Sourcetable, you can streamline this process and enhance your data management. Sourcetable syncs with your live data directly from Cash App, allowing you to bypass the tedious export and import steps. This not only saves time but ensures that your spreadsheet always reflects the most up-to-date information.

    Using Sourcetable for your Cash App data offers the advantage of automation. Once set up, your data flows continuously into your spreadsheet, eliminating the need for manual updates. This real-time synchronization is crucial for maintaining accurate and current financial records, which is essential for informed decision-making and business intelligence. Furthermore, Sourcetable's familiar spreadsheet interface ensures that querying and analyzing your data is both intuitive and efficient, making it an invaluable tool for anyone looking to optimize their financial workflows.

    Common Use Cases

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      Use case 1: Uploading transaction history to Coinpanda for cryptocurrency tax calculations
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      Use case 2: Importing transaction data into CoinLedger by Square for financial tracking and analysis
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      Use case 3: Reviewing and managing personal or business transactions offline
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      Use case 4: Archiving past transactions for record-keeping purposes
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      Use case 5: Analyzing spending patterns and budgeting over different time periods by accessing multiple 90-day transaction history segments

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How can I export my Cash App transaction history to a CSV?

    To export your Cash App transaction history, log into Cash App from a computer, click on 'Statements', and then click on 'Export CSV'.

    Can I import my Cash App transaction history into another service?

    Yes, you can import your CashApp transaction history into services like CoinLedger or Ledgible by exporting a CSV.

    What if there are discrepancies in my transaction history after importing?

    You can add manual transactions to fix any discrepancies in your transaction history after importing.

    Is it possible to simulate future transactions in Cash App?

    You can simulate future transactions, but this is not related to the CSV export function.

    Can I download my entire transaction history if Cash App does not allow for a CSV export?

    You can add your entire transaction history manually if the wallet does not allow for a CSV export. For monthly statements, you can view and download them online by logging into your Cash App account at cash.app/account, clicking on 'Documents', and then 'Account statements'.


    Accessing and managing your Cash App transaction history is straightforward and convenient. By visiting cash.app/account, you can view your account statements within 5 business days after the month ends, simply by tapping the profile icon on your home screen and selecting Documents followed by Account Statements. While any Cash App transaction linked to your bank account is also visible on your external bank statement, remember that for questions about these transactions, your bank is the go-to resource. Instead of manually exporting to CSV, consider using Sourcetable to seamlessly import your data directly into a spreadsheet, enhancing your financial tracking with ease. Sign up for Sourcetable today to streamline your financial data management.

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