Mint.com – Free Online Money Management Software

by Erin, The $5 Dinner Mom on May 12, 2010

So since we’re talking about personal finance today, I thought I’d introduce you to Mint.com.  It’s a fantastic free online personal finance tool that…

A list of the super cool things Mint.com will do for you…

  • It’s FREE!
  • Sign up and add all your bank accounts to their highly secure system
  • Mint automatically updates your Mint account with new balances, investments, trades, etc.
  • Track your spending and receive monthly reports in the form of graphs, pie charts, or however you prefer
  • Help reduce your debt and monitor investment performances
  • All in ONE place…no more bouncing from one institution to another

Oh, and did I mention it’s FREE?!?  There are no catches.  If there were, my super-duper-uber frugal husband would not have signed up a few months ago!

It’s quick, easy and a fantastic online tool for managing your money. If you are interested in learning more about Mint.com, head on over to learn more about all the cool features and sign up today.

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Michele May 12, 2010 at 8:52 am

My husband and I have been using this for a while and we LOVE it.

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Lindsey May 12, 2010 at 9:21 am

I’ve been using this for about a month and a half, and I’m loving it so far!

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Sara May 12, 2010 at 1:51 pm

i absolutely LOVE mint.com
we’ve been using it for months and its wonderful. i really really really highly recommend this to anyone who is money-crazy like us!!

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Becky May 12, 2010 at 2:08 pm

Thank you so much! I’ve been using Quicken this year and it has not been the greatest. I’m ecstatic to find a replacement for it that’s free!

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Vickie May 13, 2010 at 6:57 am

My husband is a wealth coach and he recommends Mint.com for his clients because it is easy to navigate and it is free. The goal of building wealth is to not spend all your money!

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Jenny May 13, 2010 at 10:08 pm

I use Quicken and really like it, very similar to mint. I tried Mint.com when I first started quickenonline.com but it didn’t work quite as well (plus a few of my accounts weren’t supported yet, maybe they are now). but now that Quicken has bought mint.com I am hoping they will over time adapt mint.com to have some of the things I like about Quicken. There were some features I liked better about mint.com like the student loan section.

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