When I first heard about Mint.com in early 2008, I thought that it wouldn't amount to much. But I decided to check it out and see what it had to offer.
I first added the basics--checking and savings accounts. I was a bit wary that they would store my log in information, and in effect, had access to a majority of my money.
But after a few days, and after it learned more and more about my finances, I started to add more and more accounts, just to get a bigger picture.
Fast forward a year later. Mint.com now tracks all of my finances, minus the single account that doesn't allow online access. It tracks my investment accounts, my student loans, credit cards and car loans. It even tracks my employer's retirement account.
Because of Mint, I've found 2 credit cards that allowed me to transfer the full balance with a 0% interest. Through calcuation, I've saved over $600 in interest in the next year--solely due to the balance transfer.
I can't even sum up how much money Mint has saved me by showing me where I'm spending the most money and even automagically allocating budgets based on my spending history.
Mint.com is one of the few sites I visit regularly. I've referred dozens of people and really can't overstate how much of an impact it's made on my finances.
Bottom Line: Sign up for Mint. It'll save your finances.
mint.com is a great website that will force you to see where every dollar you spend goes, and that alone should save anyone a few bucks. I started using it in December of '09, when I banked with a larger, semi-national bank. Now I use a local credit union, so mint does not work with my current bank. But, if your bank is on mint.com, it is definitely worth using, and so easy to get up and running. mint offers dozens of ways to categorize every transaction, or you can … more
Wow. Where do I begin to shine this beam of applauding light on Mint.com? I'm usually skeptical about providing banking information to a 3rd party website, as I usually stick with programs like Microsoft Money when it comes to managing my money. But after deciding to give Mint.com a try, I'm not surprised that as of this writing, over a million users have signed up for the free site. The site provides users with the standard task of managing all of their accounts … more
I will be brief but the application for my itouch does not stay up to date with real time changes. It is faster to just look on my bofa.com account rather than use mint.com This site was suggested to me and I enjoyed it a much but I think with another few months of testing they'll have it right! :)
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