OFX FI details for USAA Federal Savings Bank

Update:  This entry is for 2006 data.  Please view the updated 2008 entry as well.
The OFX financial institution information for USAA Federal Savings Bank is as follows.
FI Id: 24591
FI Url: https://service2.usaa.com/ofx/OFXServlet
OFX Version: 102

USAA Federal Savings Bank has the following capabilities:

  • Account Discovery: yes
  • Banking Services: yes
    mail for banking services: no
    intra-bank transfers: no
    scheduled intra-bank transfers: no
    transfer sync requests: no
  • Credit Card Services: yes
  • Bill-Pay Services: no
  • Investment Brokerage Services: no

USAA Federal Savings Bank service signup is through the web, visit http://www.usaa.com in order to sign up. The cost per month for online services is 0.0000.

Enrollment for web services automatically enrolls you for OFX services. A different password is used to access OFX services than the one used to access services via their website, so you’ll need to get a separate password from USAA Federal Savings Bank. This institution allows users to change their PIN/password through OFX services. The password must be between 4 and 4 characters, and may contain characters.

10750 McDermott Freeway San Antonio TX 78288
USAA Federal Savings Bank


2 Responses to OFX FI details for USAA Federal Savings Bank

  1. DaveH says:

    The following clarifications may be helpful. I found this article after bashing about for a morning with gnucash. I finally figured things out by setting up the demo version of moneydance since it was a bit more automagical than gnucash. No matter what client you are using, knowing the following little facts before your first setup attempt will make life easier.

    The USAA OFX user id is your USAA member number, not your USAA web user name. The password is your PIN, not your login password.

    USAA leaves this discovery as an exercise for the intrepid. No help on the site. You’re just supposed to buy Quicken and make their life easy.

  2. Marc says:

    Thanks a bunch!!! I was having a terrible time trying to get KMyMoney to connect to USAA. The tidbit at the end REALLY helped. Although, I got it working with the header of 102 and Money 2007 (not KMyMoney)

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