Check your account balance, track investments & more with your Google Assistant

You can ask your Google Assistant about your investment portfolio performance, credit card account balances, recent transactions, or even pay your credit card bill.

Important: These features are only available in English in the U.S.

What financial providers are available

  • Brokerages: E*Trade, Fidelity, TD Ameritrade, Charles Schwab
  • Credit cards: American Express

Step 1: Link your account

The first time you ask your Google Assistant about your credit card account or portfolio, you’ll be asked to link your account to Google.

  1. On your device, say “Hey Google, what’s my account balance” or “Hey Google, check my portfolio.”
  2. Choose the account you’d like to link to. 
  3. On the provider’s login page, enter your account information. If you are linking your credit card account, you will be asked to set up a PIN for extra safety.

You can also link and unlink accounts from the Assistant Settings.

Add an account

  1. On your Android phone or tablet, say "Hey Google, open Assistant settings" or go to Assistant settings.
  2. Under "All settings," tap Finances.
  3. Under a provider, tap Link account.

Important: This feature won’t work unless you have allowed personal results on your device. Learn how to turn personal results on or off.

Unlink an account

If you want to stop bank or brokerage updates from a financial provider, you can unlink your account.

  1. On your Android phone or tablet, say "Hey Google, open Assistant settings" or go to Assistant settings.
  2. Tap Finances.
  3. Under "Accounts," next to the provider you want to remove, tap Unlink account.

Step 2: Set up a PIN for credit card use

When you link your account with your credit card provider, you’ll be asked to set up a unique 4-digit PIN. 

How your PIN protects your privacy:

  • A PIN is required to make credit card payments on any device.
  • You can set up your PIN so that it’s required for your Google Assistant to read out your bank info. 

Learn more about how Google protects your privacy.

What you can ask

Check your investment portfolio

You can ask your Google Assistant for updates on your brokerage and investment accounts. For example, you can say:

  • “Hey Google, how’s my portfolio doing?”
  • “Hey Google, check my 401k account.”
  • “Hey Google, check my Netflix stock.”

You can also add it to a Routine by tapping on the “Add to Routine” to hear your portfolio updates every morning.

Check your account balance

You can ask your Google Assistant to check your credit card account balance. For example, you can say:

  • “Hey Google, what’s my credit card balance?”

Find your recent credit card transactions

  • “Hey Google,  what are my recent transactions?”

Check and pay your credit card bills

For your credit card bills, you can ask your Assistant to check and pay them. For example, you can say:

  • "Hey Google, which of my credit card bills are due?"
  • “Hey Google, pay my Amex bill”.

To make a payment, you will need to say or enter the PIN you had set up when linking your account.

How Google protects your privacy

You’re in control of your privacy and your Google Assistant activity. The data from your brokerages and credit card accounts is never saved to your Google account and is used only to deliver you a response. 

You can always turn off personal results on shared devices or unlink your accounts from Google.

On your phone

Your Google Assistant won’t say your account info out loud. 

On your speakers or Smart Displays

To ask your Google Assistant about your accounts:

For investment portfolios, your Google Assistant will say only percentage changes back to you.

For credit card accounts, your Google Assistant will say your account info back to you. You can use your PIN to read your balances and transactions. Your PIN will be required to make credit card payments.

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