Mint is Personal Finance Software. Mint offers the following functionalities:
- Financial Dashboard
- Spend Tracker
- Spending Limit
- Transaction History
- Loan Management
- Investment Monitoring
Learn more about Mint features.
Mint is versatile enough to help anyone’s money make sense without much effort. They bring all of your money to one place, from balances and bills to credit score and more. Easily create budgets, and see their suggestions based on your spending and check your free credit score as many times as you like, and get tips to help improve it. Get bill tracking reminders so you pay on time and get alerts if funds are low. Have bill pay reminders sent to your mobile phone or email so you can plan ahead. Get warnings when your accounts are low. If you’re more of the last-minute type, no worries. You’ll get an alert when bill payments are due so you never miss one. If there are large or suspicious transactions, They let you know right away.
|Support||Online||Customer Type||Large Enterprises Medium Business Small Business|
|API||NA||Location / Phone Number||Mountain View, California|
|Deployment||SaaS/Web/Cloud Mobile - Android Mobile - iOS||Category||Personal Finance Software|
Disclaimer: The pricing details were last updated on 10/02/2020 from the vendor website and may be different from actual. Please confirm with the vendor website before purchasing.
No, Mint does not provide API.
What I like is that it's so easy to use and helps you keep all your financial accounts in one place. They have snapshots and reports. You can easily find the information you are looking for. Everything is organized and looks neat and clean. Mint allows has great features that help you plan for retirement,
There is nothing that I dislike about mint. I typically don't like that I need to give access to my contacts, photos, camera and everything else they ask for.
For others who are considering to use Mint, I say go for it. Mint is so easy to use and it definitely allows you to see how you are spending, saving and etc. Helps keep your financial accounts organized and to see a overview/snapshot of everything is great. It also helps you track your payments so you know what to expect and when it's going to hit.
The Business problem that I am solving with Mint is increase efficacies, and by having everything in one spot we can track easly and identify any errors early on. There are many benefits in using MInt. Not only can you access the accounts via PC you can also access via phone.
I can see my budget as opposed to forgetting all about it and it's easy to follow my expenses. I connect most of my accounts which shows my balance/purchase/bills/savings all on one page
Certain accounts aren't compatible with Mint so that can be a bit frustrating. You can't incorporate transactions from an account that aren't attached.
It shows the amount I spend on business related items and i can create budgets for my clients.
It seamlessly inputs all my accounts showing me trends as well as specific budgets each month. I can set goals and see how i'm doing with credit scores, spending, saving, and overall worth.
Sometimes there are errors when an account wont allow Mint access so I have to answer support questions for access. The app doesn't give me the visibility i'd like to see for all budgets/goals. At times mint automatically puts a purchase in a category that's mistaken and i've got to go back and fix it.
Plug in a few accounts and try it out - worth testing and then applying all your accounts to it.
Tracking spending, evaluating financial progress and trends. It's really helped me track our spending and see where the money actually goes. Huge benefit to our business and our family.
It makes organizing my budgets and finances simple, clear, and is easy to use.
I sometimes feel like I receive too many notification emails.
It's helping me see how much I spend on business related things, which makes filing my taxes easier.
The automated credit change updates and tracking of all accounts
Mint struggles with being attached to bank accounts from certain banks. My 5th/3rd simply wasnt able to be updated regularly,
If you need to track personal finance and your bank works with them, you're all set with Mint.
It allows me to track every bit of my finances, and the benefits are smarter money handling and long term financial stability
I love that its a one stop shop. I can link all my accounts and get an overview
I dislike all the ads, I wish I could pay for an upgraded version
Try it! It has everything you need! It's favorite plus it has an app!
Helps businesses see the big picture but still have the ability to see the details
It's easy and automatic, for the most part. I'm glad I don't have to think about it. It's easy to log in and the mobile version is robust.
Manually tagging purchases is burdensome. I'd also like to upload pictures of receipts.
Employee reimbursements, accounting, and payments are tracked through Mint.
I check Mint almost every day because rather than logging into my various financial accounts, I can see them all at a glance and make sure everything is on track.
Mint couldn't "find" my phone carrier, Republic, so I was unable to link to that account to track my bills there as part of my spending.
I highly recommend Mint to any individual or business wanting to budget and track finances all in one place; it has trustworthy security and some useful bonus features such as the credit score.
Mint makes it much simpler to stay on top of finances and budgeting, and I trust their level of safety, which I would not do with almost any other software. It also gives me my credit score and is connected to TurboTax, which I use at tax time.
Mint allows me to easily create budgets for clients by importing their transactions from their accounts. They have a majority of popular banks such as: Wells Fargo, Chase, etc.
You can't add transaction data from an account that is not already listed.
Please allow for outside transaction import if you do not have an automatic import option
It allows me to create budgets for my clients.
I love that you can create a budget for anything, not just a pre-selected list of categories.
I wish that it had better real-time notifications of when you are nearly over budget, like a text message or push notification.
If you’re having trouble budgeting, Mint is one of the easiest ways to get on track
I’m much better with understanding where money is going every month and Mint also helps me understand if it’s a habit for me or if it’s higher or lower than normal.