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 track your bills 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 bills right alongside your account balances. You’ll know what's due, when it’s due, and the money you have to put toward your balances.
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 and avoid 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.
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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.
Ratings and Reviews
Most helpful financial app I’ve ever used
Like the title I’m super happy with everything about this product, from the budgeting software to the showing and categorization of expenditures. It’s a little taste of everything all in one box. If you need something more specific there are others but they seem to have less of a total balance like mint does.
That said- I find I cannot completely go without my bank app as sometimes it does take a day or two to completely update my purchases which seems like a really long time when I’m on a shopping binge (lookin at you November and December). In total consideration though, it’s likely more prudent to not buy things all at once and it does slow me down during those times of year. For me personally though, that means going back to life before mint and mentally juggling expenditures again which in turn means I’m again still prone to forget one or two. It also does not understand the bank side of buying a house or sudden large medical bills, but I don’t know how anything generic and automated can. I also deeply wish it had a project feature, as to lump related costs of a project together or a savings goal? You can kind of tweak it to do that now, but then I find I lose some of the budget functionality when I add in predictive costs and there are only a limited (though copious for day to day) number of budget categories.
Needs Small Fixes - Otherwise a Great Product
I love nearly everything about this app. I love seeing all of my information displayed and the overall look and ease of the app. However, I wish they would fix some of the issues they have with the banks and credit unions. When I first connected with them I had no issues then it duplicated most of my accounts. Now I have a few credit union accounts that show all savings, checkings and loans twice. When I asked for assistance with customer service to resolve they advised me to delete the account then reload (but they were not promising this would fix the issue) or just “hide” the duplicate accounts so I do not see them and the app does not use the info. They also said if I deleted the account then I would lose all of my history it has collected. I opted to just hide my duplicate accounts since at that time I had several months of data I would lose and now I would have several years of data I would lose if I were to do it now. I am not satisfied by this and wish I did not have to have “hidden” accounts. Someday I hope they will have a fix where I do not lose all of my previous data the app has collected to get this fixed. It is frustrating but I can live with it if I must. Besides that I have no complaints. They constantly update and add new features which I love. I do refer the app to others.
Unreliable connection to bank and useless customer service
It used to be a nice app, but this year they failed twice at connecting to bank accounts. Don't take me wrong! I mean constantly not refreshing the balance for days and two months (I canceled the first account while the second account hasn't been fixed by their tech team for more than 2 months now, and I'm still waiting). They must have bugs in the system especially if you try to connect with two account of the same bank, which I believe many married couples do. I have wasted at least 10 hours, literally, in total on tens of emails and live chatting. Yes, they don't have phone call service:( The email customer service representative only asks you questions you have answered many times as if they cannot access previous conversation. For example, I was asked whether the two accounts have the same credential for four time in each case of my two issues. They can also ask you to try something that has been tried many time. Apparently, they just don't want to solve your problem, because your reply will not go to the same person again but randomly someone else. So they just need to say something and their job is done. For the app design, I don't understand why they don't allow you set in-app alert off. For example, I know my backup checking has a low balance and I don't care! I don't need to see low-balance alert constantly. Lastly, if you want to refresh again 10 min after the last refreshing, it won't do it!
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