With the Family mode, you can create an unlimited number of relatives and manage the investments associated with them.
Access the Family mode
Open your account menu of the mobile app (select your name at the top of the app dashboard)
Under the My Finary section, select Family
Create a new member
On the Family page, click Add a member. Only the first name is required.
Click Add a new person
Your member is created and you will be automatically redirected to the asset allocation page (see below).
Manage a Family member's assets
Assign an asset to a Family member
Select a member from your list then click on Edit asset allocation
All of the assets and liabilities of your Finary account are displayed.
Select the assets/liabilities you want to assign to the member
Add this member to investment
Adjust the ownership percentage of this member and click on Add
Your member is now assigned to this asset/liability.
Allocation of an asset between members
If only one member was linked to the asset when a new member is linked to it, then the distribution of the original member is automatically adjusted so that the total equals 100%.
If several members were already linked to an asset and you are adding a new member, the distribution is not automatic. You will need to adjust the percentage of each so that the total equals 100%, before saving the allocation.`
Delete a member's assets
Go to the member's profile
Click on his name
Click Edit asset allocation
Click the ✎ Edit icon
Click Delete member
Asset allocation after removing a Family member from an asset
If, following a deletion, only one member remains present on the investment, then the shares of the deleted member are automatically allocated to them.
If several members remain present on the investment, you will have to adjust the ownership percentage for each one so that the total is equal to 100%, before saving the allocation.
Delete a member from your Finary account
Asset allocation after removing a Family member from your Finary account
Investments shared with only one other member: the share held by the deleted member is fully allocated to the remaining member.
Investments shared with several other members: the share held by the deleted member is divided equally between the remaining members.