Mint pulls all your financial accounts into one place. Already more than 7 million users who know their information is always secure. All data is protected and validated by VeriSign and TRUSTe. Plus, since Mint is read-only, no money can be moved in or out of any account. Mint automatically pulls all your financial information into
one place, so you can finally get the entire picture.
This is one of my favorite and best cloud application that I have been using since 2012, it has all the features that you can expect from an online cloud based accounts management.
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Very easy to understand nothing to download or install just setup your accounts online: credit cards accounts, bank accounts, investment accounts...
Major US Institutions are integrated and also you have an option to enter manually any account or institution that are not supported.
It pulls all the individual transactions from your institution in a secured transaction, simply categorized your transactions, add tags, notes and voila you have all the reports in real time.
Drill down your report with pie or bar chart add specific filters: month, year or custom filter for specific category, account, merchant or tag.
Export transactions to a CSV for further analysis or reporting with the power of spreadsheet.
Setup your budget, goals for tracking and alerts.
Best part it is Absolutely free!
Currently it does not support multi-currency due to which if you have an overseas account and you would like to see your net worth you will have to convert those transaction manually and enter them.
It only supports US institutions no support for overseas bank, institutions.
No integration with Turbo Tax or any tax software for filing taxes online
Most of my financial accounts and assets are in my app. Credit, checking, savings, investments, and others are all together. I can see the value of all my accounts at once. I can add bill reminders. I can set spending and saving limits.
My main negative remark is that the application disconnects from the financial accounts often and I need to re-sign in a lot. In addition, There are many investment funds that the application does not accept, yet. I hope this will change in the future as I will continue to be a user
I really like how Mint can be used anywhere regardless of your location. Unlike certain software where you have to access your locally on your desktop (i.e. Quicken), Mint provides you with the flexibility of editing your transactions online. It also allows me to add all finance mediums, including loans and installments.
Mint is still lacking a lot of features, including the ability to import .csv files or to filter transactions through a specific date range. Hopefully these features get added soon.
Mint is a great tool for creating budgets, managing your spending, managing investments, and tracking and paying bills. You can even keep tabs on your credit score. You can also set reminders about upcoming bills and alerts for any unusual spending activity. The best part is the app is completely free.
I'm not sure how I feel about using an app that links all your banking information and credit cards into it. Sure, they say your data is encrypted, but time and time again we have seen all other companies get hacked at some point or another. Also many financial institutions have started implementing these same tools that Mint offers, in which case you wouldn't need to use many of the features that Mint is capable of.
Mint is excellent for our financial planning and tracking money flow on a monthly basis. The dashboard breaks down spending in a pie chart and has been very easy to see areas of over spending and generally how our money is being spent.
You need to link accounts with Mint in order to get financial info into the app. Personally I have had a hard time with linking accounts from some vendors link my mobile company. Other than that you might need to train mint to correctly allocate money into different "buckets" For instance you might buy food at a gas station and the money is automatically listed as spent on Vehicle
Voici quelques-unes des questions fréquentes sur Mint.
Types de licences disponibles pour Mint :
Type de licence: Gratuit
version d'essai gratuite: Disponible
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Utilisateurs habituels du logiciel Mint :
Auto-entrepreneurs, Non Profit, PME
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Android, iPhone, iPad
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