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    Welcome to the essential guide on exporting ING bank statements to CSV format, a universally accepted and easily readable file type that bridges your banking data with numerous systems effectively. Whether you're looking to streamline financial analysis, enhance data backups, or simply require a reliable format for data sharing, CSV exports from ING offer a solution that is not only fast to process but also preserves your information precisely "as-is", eliminating the common issues of data misformatting or translation. On this page, we'll explore what ING is, delve into the process of exporting ING bank statements to a CSV file, discuss various use cases for leveraging CSV exports, introduce an alternative method using Sourcetable, and provide a helpful Q&A section about exporting ING to CSV, all designed to equip you with the knowledge to manage your financial data with ease and precision.

    What is Ing?

    Ing software is a design tool created for structural engineers, with a focus on timber construction. It aids in the design of connections and combinations and features a self-explanatory user interface, intuitive operation, and intelligent optimizing functions. Ing software includes documentation that utilizes mathematical formulas, and while some of its modules are free in the basic version, they are accessible on various devices, including PC, Mac, tablet, or smartphone, without the need for installation.

    In terms of service, "Ing" refers to the use of gerunds which are versatile in the English language. Gerunds can function as the subject of a clause, the direct object of certain verbs, can be used after prepositions, and are also seen in reduced relative clauses, showcasing their grammatical flexibility.

    As a type of data, ING refers to a leading European universal bank with over 60,000 employees serving approximately 37 million customers. ING's shares are listed across multiple stock exchanges and the institution is committed to empowering its customers. It provides a range of financial products and services, excels in corporate finance and has a strong focus on innovation and sustainability, as evidenced by its 'AA' ESG rating from MSCI and inclusion in major sustainability and ESG indices.

    How to Export ING Bank Statements to a CSV File

    Exporting via ING Online Banking

    To export your ING bank statements to a CSV file, start by logging into your ING online banking. Once logged in, select your corporate payment account. Look for the option 'Af- en bijschrijvingen downloaden' and click on it. This will allow you to download your transaction details.

    Next, you'll need to specify the period for your bank statement. Enter the start date and end date for the range of transactions you wish to download. After setting the dates, select the 'Kommagescheiden CSV' file format to ensure you get the data in CSV format, which will include the necessary columns such as Datum, Naam/Omschrijving, Rekening, Tegenrekening, Code, Af Bij, Bedrag (EUR), MutatieSoort, and Mededelingen.

    Finally, click the 'Download' button to initiate the download process. Once the file is downloaded, make sure to save the CSV file to your preferred location on your computer. This file can then be used as needed for your financial management or reporting purposes.

    Sourcetable Integration

    Streamline Your Data Management with Sourcetable

    Choosing Sourcetable for your data import needs offers a seamless and efficient alternative to the traditional method of exporting data to a CSV file and then importing it into a spreadsheet program. With Sourcetable, you can directly sync your live data from a wide array of apps or databases, eliminating the extra steps involved in data transfer. This direct import capability not only saves time but also reduces the risk of errors that can occur during the export and import process.

    Sourcetable simplifies the integration of data from multiple sources, allowing you to automatically pull in information and manage it all within a user-friendly spreadsheet interface. This approach is especially beneficial for tasks that involve automation and business intelligence. By using Sourcetable, you can ensure that your data is always up-to-date and readily accessible, providing you with real-time insights that are essential for making informed business decisions.

    Common Use Cases

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      Data migration to another banking platform
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      Financial data analysis
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      Backup of transaction history
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      Importing transaction data into accounting software
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      Generating financial reports

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What format should the date be in when exporting ING bank statements to CSV for import configuration?

    The date format must match the 'Date format in input file' in the import configuration file, which is the default format of yyyyMMddHHmmss for custom fields, and 'yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss' for system date fields like Created, Updated, and Due Date.

    What columns are required in the CSV file when exporting ING bank statements?

    The required columns are Datum, Naam/Omschrijving, Rekening, Tegenrekening, Code, Af Bij, Bedrag (EUR), MutatieSoort, and Mededelingen.

    Can I directly import Excel files from ING Direct into YNAB?

    No, YNAB does not allow direct import of Excel files, but you can use ING Direct's export to Excel function and then convert it to a CSV format, which YNAB can import.

    Why does YNAB throw an error when importing an Excel file exported from ING Direct?

    YNAB throws an error because it does not support direct import of Excel files. Instead, you must first convert the Excel file to a CSV format.

    How do I ensure that a column from the ING CSV is correctly mapped to the corresponding Jira field?

    To map a column from the ING CSV to the corresponding Jira field, the 'Map Field Value' checkbox must be selected during the import configuration.


    Successfully exporting your Ing bank transactions into a CSV file is straightforward. By following the simple steps of logging into your internet banking, navigating to 'Transaction History', selecting 'Show more options', entering your custom dates, and exporting the data, you can have a comprehensive CSV file containing all the necessary transaction details. However, if you're looking for an even more efficient method to manage your financial data, consider using Sourcetable to import your data directly into a spreadsheet. Sign up for Sourcetable to streamline your financial management and get started today.

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