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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.

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.

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.)

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.

Get your free credit score, no credit card required. You’ll learn how it’s calculated and get tips.*

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.

Mint’s great on the go, but you can also use the desktop version at Sync your bank accounts, credit cards, budgeting, spending and more across your devices. You can even export spreadsheets from the web, and more.

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Money Magazine: Best Finance Tool For Budgeting (2014)
Wired: The Best Apps for Budgeting Your Cash (2014)

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

*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 5.4.1

Bug fixes.


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Customer Reviews

Useful to an extent.

If nothing else, this app has succeeded in forcing me to acknowledge how much money I waste. It categorizes each purchase you make allowing you to see just exactly how much you spent on coffee this month. In my case, way too much. This was the eye opener I needed to jumpstart my financial recovery. If you're like me and you're just trying to find some way to begin keeping better track of your finances, this will help you a lot.

After only a week of use, however, I'm already noticing things that need to be fixed or modified. For instance, when I make a purchase at CVS, I usually need to go into the app to split the purchase between a few categories (pharmacy, personal care, groceries, etc.) The app does provide this option! But MOST of the time, my purchase doesn't show up in the app until late the next day. By this time I've forgotten how much was spent in each category. Purchases need to show up in the app more immediately.

I would also appreciate a savings option. The app already budgets for you, telling you how much to spend in each category, but it would be nice to be able to add categories like "vacation budget" or "general savings". And these categories should work differently than the already provided categories. You should be able to tell the app to reserve a percentage or dollar amount each week or month and this would adjust your other budgets accordingly...this would be immensely helpful.

Mint Is My Preferred Money Management APP

I have three money management apps. I rarely use two of them. MINT is my preferred App. It isn't perfect, but it's more functional than the other two (for me). I use Mint regularly as it allows me to instantly see all of my credit card balances & some loan balances, as well as seeing "some" Bank account balances. Being able to easily see my balances allows me to monitor my credit cards for fraudulent charges, etc. A downside to Mint is that my small hometown bank does not register with Mint or the other two apps. My bigger well known bank does show up on Mint. My electric, water, telephone/internet bills do not register on any of the three money management apps. Despite the few negatives, Mint works great for me & so far is my preferred money management app.

Online Better

I have been using Mint for years now and it has helped tremendously with balancing my budget. Over time, the programmers have adjusted a few things for the worse, I have noticed, specifically goal settings are very limited now and you used to have a sliding bar to help you decide how soon you could pay off a loan at what price easily. This is gone. The Apple versions aren't intuitive to negotiate at times and I find the online version much easier, depending on the browser. I wish the search would allow for analysis of your spending or help you determine deductibles for tax time. Perhaps this is a feature if you pay extra. Regardless, I think this is a great tool for those starting out with some debt and some goals. It is excellent for helping you be mindful of your money and I could not live without it. I just pray it is secure!

Mint: Personal Finance, Budget, Bills & Money
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  • Category: Finance
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  • Version: 5.4.1
  • Size: 147 MB
  • Apple Watch: Yes
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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