Kabbage Insights™

Stay on top of your cash flow

Kabbage Insights gives you a full picture of your cash flow status to help you make smarter business decisions.

Better data. 
Better business decisions.

  1. See all your accounts in one place

    With all of your accounts in one place, it’s easier to understand at a glance.

  2. Understand your data

    Get a big picture of your business performance and cash flow patterns.

  3. Anticipate what’s coming up next

    Stay prepared for opportunities and future needs with balance forecasts and alerts.

  4. Know your info is secure

    Advanced encryption keeps your data safe. We never see, store or access your login credentials.

Here’s how it works

  1. Sign up for Kabbage Insights

    New customers can get started in just a few steps. If you’re already a Kabbage customer, simply consent to using the accounts already connected.

  2. Choose your financial accounts

    Decide which revenue accounts you want to analyze. Add as many as you want to complete your financial picture.

  3. Visualize your business performance

    Get the info you need to avoid surprises and predict upcoming needs.

Get Started

Have questions about Kabbage Insights?

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Important update regarding existing loans

In connection with American Express’s acquisition of Kabbage, the K Servicing site has been established to maintain consistency in the way you manage existing loans.

Your outstanding loans will continue to be managed by K Servicing for Kabbage1

If you have outstanding loans as of October 16, 2020, log into K Servicing using your current Kabbage username and password to manage:

  • Kabbage Funding loans1
  • SBA loans taken through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), including loan forgiveness2

Kabbage’s pre-existing loan portfolio was not included in the acquisition.