Mint: Personal Finance, Budget, Bills & Money
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Mint is the free, effortless way to manage your money in one place.
Finally, there’s one place to manage all your finances with ease. Mint is the free money manager and financial tracker app from the makers of TurboTax® that does it all. We bring together your bank accounts, credit cards, bills and investments so you know where you stand. See what you’re spending, where you can save money, and stay on top of bill pay in Mint like never before. You can even keep track of your credit score to help you be smart about it, no credit card required.
SEE EVERYTHING IN ONE PLACE
Get a more complete picture of your financial life. We bring together everything from account balances and spending to your free credit score, net worth and more.
MANAGE BILLS & MONEY TOGETHER
Track and pay bills right alongside your account balances. You’ll know what's due, when it’s due, and what you can pay. (Note: bill pay available for phone and desktop.)
SAVE TIME & MONEY
With one place to keep track of your finances, there’s no need to log into multiple sites. Plus, we’ll give you savings tips to help with budgeting and debt.
Effortlessly create budgets you can stick to. To help you save smarter from day one, we even make a few for you based on your spending.
BE SMART ABOUT YOUR CREDIT SCORE
Get your free credit score, no credit card required. You’ll learn how it’s calculated and get tips.*
SAY GOODBYE TO LATE FEES
Get bill pay reminders so you pay bills on time. Schedule payments on the spot or for later, and say so long to missed payments and credit card fees.
We’re serious about security and use measures like multi-factor authentication, designed to help you protect access to your account. Plus, Mint comes from the people who make TurboTax®, trusted by millions with sensitive data, and we participate in security scanning with VeriSign.
SYNCS WITH THE MINT WEB APP
Mint’s great on the go, but you can also use the desktop version at Mint.com. Sync your bank accounts, credit cards, budgeting, spending and more across your devices. You can even export spreadsheets from the web, and more.
WHY DO MILLIONS TRUST MINT?
Time Magazine: The 50 Best Apps of the Year (2016)
PC Magazine: What to Do When You Go Over Budget in Mint.com (2016)
Nerd Wallet: Financial Fitness - 7 Exercises to Build your Credit Muscle (2016)
Huffington Post: 5 Things To Know After You Graduate (2016)
Tech Times: Save Money in 2015: Here are the Best Money Management Apps (2015)
Kiplinger’s: 10 Great Saving Money-Saving Apps (2014)
Money Magazine: Best Finance Tool For Budgeting (2014)
Wired: The Best Apps for Budgeting Your Cash (2014)
FROM INTUIT INC.
Mint is part of a suite of financial tools that includes TurboTax®, QuickBooks®, QuickBooks Self-Employed™ and ProConnect™. Wherever you are in life, whatever you do, Intuit can help you save money and simplify the business of life.
Mint bill payment services provided by Intuit Payments Inc. under applicable licenses (http://www.intuit.com/legal/outbound-licenses/) Intuit Payments Inc., 2700 Coast Avenue, Mountain View, CA 94043
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When you download and use Mint, you agree to the Mint Terms of Service https://www.mint.com/terms
*Intuit is not a credit repair company. We do not provide credit repair services to repair or improve your credit profile or score. All information is provided for educational use only.
Message and data rates apply. Reminders subject to interruptions due to various reasons including but not limited to internet/mobile service outages. Account balances may not immediately reflect recent transactions. Internet/mobile data required for financial data refresh.
Mint currently connects to US and Canadian financial institutions only.
What's New in Version 5.14.0
- Bug fixes
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Interesting App :)
Let's see if I have this right. This app is free. No advertising or other way for the developers to make money. No pressure to buy something else. So I guess that means these developers are simply kind hearted people who love to help society for free :)
Any idiot should be able to see the real truth here. These people are selling your information to companies who use it to sell more products, by knowing what you buy, or they are funded by the government such as IRS, to make sure that the people are paying the right income tax. My guess is all of the above. And attorneys will get access to the information when someone wants to sue you. There are many possibilities here and all of them means these developers are getting paid for allowing others access to what should be private information to further let others control you like robots. The sad thing is the ignorance in society that allows them to do it. And people wonder how the gap between the rich and poor is increasing :)
I go out to eat often. I've noticed some restaurants fraudulently increase the tip you put on the receipt. I've had this happen more than once. I'd love the ability to "clear" a posted transaction from a restaurant. I envision it as an optional setting. This would give you a list of posted transactions from restaurants, with a editable status "clear" and vice versa (using a check box or something similar). Just a simple check and balance.I understand there may be some difficulty determining whether or not an establishment labeled as a restaurant actually has tips. To handle this type of situation, I think it would be best to add the option to whitelist a vendor from the checks and balances. I believe this would be very helpful and would give people that worry about this ease of mind.
For everyone else reading this for a review. I love this app. It helps many people, myself included stay on top of their finances. For that I highly recommend this app.
Don't Touch In-App Links
I trusted the app and linked my bank account. So when there was an in-app ad for a third party insurance quote, I clicked through - Mint lists these ads as though they've been reviewed and seen as helpful to Mint users. Since clicking through on that ad from the Mint app, I've gotten non-stop spam phone calls and spam emails. I've blocked numbers but a few have simply used a different number to call. It's really scary to think that an ad, from an app I've trusted with my bank account, is spamming me with strange insurance offers and even job offers - an item I never gave information for. I deleted the app now after deleting my account from the app. I guess use with caution - which I know, duh, but maybe some of you are like me and think, "Intuit? That's a big company! And the app has so many reviews so it must be pretty trustworthy!" And in fairness, it was the third party site Mint linked to that actually sold my information. But, you know, it's not great to have a spammy site sponsoring your app.
- Category: Finance
- Updated: Aug 14, 2017
- Version: 5.14.0
- Size: 177 MB
- Apple Watch: Yes
- Language: English
- Seller: Mint.com
- ©2008-2017 Mint Software, Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.