Mint.com is an online financial tool owned by Intuit. It tracks account activity by downloading transactions, and allows you to set goals and budgets.

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Is Mint allowed to share user data with other Intuit entities?

Mint seems like that great piece of software to help show, or at least gather the pieces of, the big picture in one place that we've all thought about crafting but didn't. I'm fine Mint having this ...
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Uploading an OFX file to mint.com to avoid both entering manually and giving my bank credentials to Mint.com

My Question: Does anyone have knowledge about uploading an OFX file to mint.com to avoid both entering manually and giving my bank credentials to Mint.com I am reformulating an earlier question which ...
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What mix of credit lines and loans is optimal for my credit score?

Mint.com just told me my credit score. It says in the advice section: Try to have a good mix of credit lines open. Creditors like to see that you have both loans and credit cards. If you're low ...
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can I upload an OFX file to my mint account [closed]

can I manually upload an OFX file to one of my accounts on Mint ? [and not rely on them to connect to my bank and retrieve my data]
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Alternative to the Mint.com finance Android app?

I've used MINT on android since its first release, but I've never dabbled in the online component. My main issue with mint is that it doesn't pick up on money transfers between bank accounts - - only ...
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Desktop application equivalent to Mint.com?

I like Mint.com's user interface and functionality, but don't trust onlines to hold my banking information. I don't think they are malicious, but holding so many bank accounts in one place makes them ...
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Alternative to mint.com

I am looking to ditch Quicken so I can cut my dependence on the Windows platform and have my stuff available in the cloud. However, I'm finding a few features in mint.com lacking. The main ...
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How to use Mint.com outside US/Canada?

Is it possible to use the mint.com service outside US/Canada? If not (most probably), which similar services also work outside US/Canada? I'm currently using TheBirdy, but it doesn't directly data ...
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Mint counting an IRA contribution as a pure expense

I recently made an IRA contribution for this year. I use Mint for financial tracking and it seems strange that it counts the $5K contribution as a simple expense, despite it also being able to see my ...
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Is there a way to immediately see credit card transactions in a mobile app?

The Simple app immediately shows transactions as they are made. I'd love to have this for my credit card too. I think I can get 80% of what I want with Mint. What other options are there? Are there ...
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Are there any risks from using mint.com?

Having more accounts and more passwords probably increases the chances that someone could hack into at least one account. But even if someone did hack into my Mint account, would there be any reason ...
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Canadian personal finance software with ability to export historical credit card transactions?

I am looking for a personal finance software that lists all your credit card transactions. I was looking at mint Canada and it has what I want (lists all your credit card transactions and assigns the ...
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Which institutions in Canada offer true read-only guest accounts?

I've been reading a lot about Mint.com and Yodlee, but I just can't get over the fact that they store a set of credentials which could be used to empty your bank account if they fell into the wrong ...
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Free/open source Unix software that pulls info from all my banks/brokers/credit cards?

I currently use financeworks.intuit.com to keep track of transactions/balances in my bank, brokerage, and credit card accounts. My favorite feature: it automatically pulls transactions/balances ...
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Should I use Mint.com? Is it secure / trusted? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Online money management applications: Do you trust Mint.com or Quicken Online, or other personal finance tools online? Just wondering, because it seems that if they have ...
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Is there an Online System like mint.com available for Germany?

At the moment, this service isn't available for Germany. Are there any similar Online Solutions in Germany?
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Mint.com: How to set up savings line items in budget: As expense, income, or neither?

This question is really more specific to Mint.com since I do all of my personal account management there. In the Budgets tab, I always have the unaccounted transactions at the bottom of the page where ...
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Personal finance app where I can mark transactions as “reviewed”?

I'm using Mint now to keep track of my transactions, etc. on my checking account and credit card. It works pretty well. However, there is one critical feature missing which is marking transactions ...
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Is there a UK equivalent of mint.com?

I am looking for a quick online money management tool and I've read great things about Mint.com in the US. Just wondering if anybody knows of an equivalent tool in the UK? Or if mint.com will be ...
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Possible replacement for Quicken

I have been using quicken to track my financial life for about 10 years now and am generally happy with it. A couple of years back Intuit changed the ability to download stock quotes for 2 years ...
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Replacement for mint.com with a public API?

I need something similar to Mint.com but with a public API to be able to write a couple of tools to let me share some information of my business with other people and automate some analysis. So, ...
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How does mint.com connect to online banks in order to get or download transaction data?

How does mint.com connect to online banks in order to get or download banking transaction data? Do banks have a standard mechanism for mint.com to connect, or is mint.com simulating a real person ...
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Can I use Mint.com without giving out bank details & manually enter transactions instead?

Can I use Mint.com without giving out my bank details (credentials), and manually enter my transactions instead?
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TurboTax is telling me to open an IRA now, and get a $5K deduction this year, is this a smart thing to do?

I'm 21 years old, and 2009's total itemized deduction for me is $1,908. I'm going with the standard deduction, but next year seems like it has a lot of potential to save if I open up this IRA that ...
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Is there something similar to Mint.com for Canada?

Mint.com sounds like an interesting service, but it doesn't look like it works in Canada. Is there an alternative for us?
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Is Mint.com an adequate substitute for Microsoft Money? How does it compare?

I've been looking for alternatives to MSMoney since Microsoft announced they were discontinuing the product line, and came across Mint.com, which looks promising. Are any of you using it? Is it a ...
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Are bank customers allowed to provide username & password to sites like Mint.com?

This question is not about whether Mint.com is secure, or not. That is beside the point. (Refer to this question on the subject of trusting Mint.com and similar services.) Rather: Are bank ...
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Online money management applications: Do you trust Mint.com or Quicken Online, or other personal finance tools online?

For online applications such as Mint and Quicken (online), to automatically update your accounts, they'll always ask you to enter your login info to your banking and/or investment accounts. Do you ...