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Mint: Budget, Bills, Finance

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 like never before. You can even keep track of your credit score and get tips to help improve it for free, no credit card required.
SEE EVERYTHING IN ONE PLACEGet 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 TOGETHERTrack and pay bills right alongside your account balances. You’ll know what's due, when it’s due, and what you can pay.SAVE TIME & MONEYWith 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.BUDGET BETTER 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.GROW YOUR CREDIT SCORE Get your free credit score, no credit card required. You’ll learn how it’s calculated and get tips to help you keep it healthy.SAY GOODBYE TO LATE FEES 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.STAY SECUREWe’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 APPMint’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 everything else across your devices. You can even export spreadsheets from the web, and more.

• 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)
• Android Connections: Best Personal Finance Apps of 2015 for Android (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.Mint bill payment services provided by Intuit Payments Inc. under applicable licenses Intuit Payments Inc., 2700 Coast Avenue, Mountain View, CA 94043To learn how Intuit works to protect your privacy, please visit https://www.mint.com/privacy

When you download and use Mint, you agree to the Mint Terms of Service https://www.mint.com/termsMessage 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.

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Reviews (30)

Jay. W. May 23, 2022     

I still liked Mint (years and years ago) before Intuit got it and removed the ability to add future transactions - that was the most helpful feature for planning and budgeting. Biometric logins have been fixed and there's now an options to disable logins for decently long periods of time. There needs to be an option to show screen shots because some of us want to do that and you should let people do what they want with their own data.

Dan. B. May 18, 2022     

Update 3 years later, the desktop version is still way ahead of the app. App is getting better but still not as useful or powerful as the website . App still not as great as desktop version. Mint is a fantastic tool to track finances that i have used for years, but the app still doesn't have the capability of the desktop version. I want the same control over adjusting budgets and transactions as I have on my computer, such as manually entering values and clearing carryover budget.

Sha. W. May 11, 2022     

This app is not easy to use. When you link your accounts it screwes up all the numbers and when you put in all your bills you can't put in the exact amount you have to round up or down. Also the screenshots they show are wrong you cant add specif services like netflix or hulu. It's beyond inaccurate and duplicates things and tells you that you are way over budget. Better off sticking with an excel sheet vs using the app. This was a brand new install and phone and app were as up to date.

dan. May 12, 2022     

If you're okay with giving Intuit your information (if you use TurboTax then does it matter?) then it's a pretty easy, intuitive, and useful app. It does have a $1 monthly subscription to get rid of *some* (not that intrusive) ads. I just use Google Rewards and such to "pay" for this; I wouldn't personally pay directly with my card.

J. D. B. May 13, 2022     

Pretty decent app, but still has a crippling bug after months of use. The subscriptions tab STILL does not show your subscriptions, with no way to manually add these reoccuring charges to your account. Its the entire reason I downloaded the app. Instead when you hit the "add subscription" button it just takes you to the "add bank account" section of the bills payment tab. I contacted Mint months ago regarding the issue, and they confirmed it was an error they would patch, but they still haven't.

Jes. D. May 21, 2022     

It appears most of the graphs disappeared - I only have spending and networth. Having the other graphs for historical credit card balance, total debt, etc. were incredibly useful. They're really the only reason I'd use the app rather than check everything on a desktop. Bring back the graphs!

Mit. C. May 5, 2022     

An update to UI ruined everything. Can't find my goals, can't set up rules for categories anymore. The web version is marginally better since you can add goals there. This was a fantastic app ruined by the UI. UI looks pretty but is impossible to work with - not user friendly at all. Extra care has been taken to hide all the features should you accidentally find them and use them. Frustrating, but almost the only app that offers what this does. Web version works, but app has just gone to hell.

Suz. L. May 5, 2022     

I've used Mint for years. The recent change in look for the app meant I lost my favourite feature: goals, which allowed me to set up a goal like pay down my credit card balance or everymonth put money in savings/RRSP. It's also been a bit glitchy with the update. The app is still great, connects to all sorts of financial isntitutes to have complete look at financial health. Setting up a budget is easy. But I personally want a more proactive planning to my budget that Mint doesn't offer.

Bri. Z. Apr 29, 2022     

My #1 complaint about this app is it will occasionally sync incorrectly, messing up your historical balances. And there is nothing you can do to fix it. For example, it will sync my mortgage incorrectly, resulting in a multi-hundred-thousand-dollar drop in net worth for just one day. It throws of all the charts and support says they cannot change historical data. This has happened a couple dozen times over the years which is enough to make my charts all look ridiculous. Please implement a fix!!!

Ric. S. May 5, 2022     

Overall I like the app. The only thing I've found that won't calculate correctly is the property graph. It doesn't remove properties after you delete them. Would be nice to have a manual loan entry for bank that can't be downloaded that will allow you use the liability for the offset to calculate net worth.

Kri. J. Mar 15, 2022     

So as far as mint as a whole goes, I give it 4 stars. Great interface (there are some nuances with editing the mobile budget that is less than intuitive when compared to the web app), app is great for a quick snapshot. The drawback is that if you have to change your phone number, you're going to basically lose all of your data in the web app (not the mobile app though) because TurboTax owns the permissions for changing accounts. Bear that in mind when changing your contact info

Kim. G. Apr 4, 2022     

From best to worst. I have used this app for years. Since the last big update the only thing I have been is frustrated. New options can't be turned off, doubling up on all transactions that are modified. With the time I spending fixing everything it would be easier and faster to just type it all old school into a spreadsheet. I will be finding another app.

Rau. C. Apr 1, 2022     

I find it very useful to track and manage budgets. Makes tracking cash flow very easy ones that accounts are linked. I also don't understand the security risk that people are bringing up when they connect to your bank because it's not your credentials that being passed and if they are there through secure APIs using custom certificates on each side. For those of you who haven't worked with such protocols and only assume it's not secure is silly.

Mic. T. Apr 19, 2022     

Okay.. this is a neat app, in theory. In execution its a bit of a pain. You get notifications on fees, "tap here to learn more", but it just shows the amount. Why not put the information of where it's from? I've got 5 credit cards, a "interest" fee is a bit vague. While yes, I can do that research myself, this app was supposed to be an "all in one" location for this stuff. Oh, and don't get me started on smaller banks or local credit unions, flagging my account after verification is annoying.

Jim. W. Apr 26, 2022     

I've had the Mint app for several years now, with no issues. In the beginning I was a light to moderate user and now it's my go to app on my phone's 1st page. The budgeting is great w/ all the subcategories and the ability to create your own. The same for setting goals, it sets up payments according to highest interest/finance charges being paid larger payments to the lower interest payments (minimum due). You set time of pay-off date. It's user friend I have 2 American Express, both work w/Mint

Dan. P. Apr 25, 2022     

I love this, it's super helpful. A few problems though. If you have a monthly recurring bill that comes later in the month, if you do your bills at the beginning of every month, it won't appear in the new month because you recently paid it, so you can't account for it and might mess up your bills. I changed all my bills to early in the month to circumvent this, but it's annoying. I also have been getting emails for a while even though I have them turned off.

Mic. Apr 18, 2022     

Generally a good app, but has some frustrating features. It is currently April 18th and my app hasn't loaded any of the transactions I've made since the 11th. I'm trying to budget on week old information, which is especially frustrating when these glitches fall over mid-month bill payments, which are significant. Generally speaking though, when the app runs smoothly, it is easy to use snd understand.

And. W. May 1, 2022     

The mobile app appears to be deliberately missing features from the site. There is no option to create or even view existing savings-based goals on the mobile app, but debt goals? Sure... Considering that healthy finances should not be centered on debt, why on earth would I be prevented from seeing this information unless I use a laptop/PC? The focus shift away from stable finances seems a bit predatory considering they also heavily push loans and credit cards in-app.

Cra. M. May 13, 2022     

I have been using this app for a long time and have enjoyed the updates. A recent update has broke the effectiveness and usefulness of the app. One of my credit cards is showing the transactions as a deposit rather than a draft. This effectively eliminates any use I could have with the app.

Jan. H. Apr 29, 2022     

Pretty impressive mobile experience, with the caveat that this app is very janky. Scrolling on the home page (or through other lists) is always very stuttery, i suspect there are lots of rerenders that are causing some less than ideal behavior. Edit: if y'all are using a recycler view, there's probably some issues with how many times you render. I'm all up to date, curious if you all looked into it.

Jon. S. Apr 21, 2022     

easy to keep finances all organized. goals are easy to track. app doesnt seem to learn from items that user changes the category (e.g., app categorize as shopping expense but user always changes to restaurant). Also, keeps popping up same prompts (e.g., link this account, tutorial for editing multiple transactions, etc). Being able to turn these off and not getting the same irrelevant notifications would make it 5 star. Still a solid and useful app.

Ree. W. May 11, 2022     

I love Mint. But on the Surface Duo it doesn't render as a normal app. Instead it gives me some sort of weird tablet view. When compared to the regular Android app (or the web version) I am missing tons of features. The only positive. No ads! On version 8.32 for reference.

Car. E. Mar 15, 2022     

Right now, my app is lagging more than before. Wealthsimple trade used to work and suddenly it doesnt allow me to log in and says error. I try to add a budget and it says "oops something went wrong" and when i upgraded to ad free, it wouldnt process and keeps telling me there an error. I am disappointed in the new updates and am currently looking for a new app for budgets. I have been using mint for 4+ years.

Tri. C. Mar 11, 2022     

It keeps alluding to "bills", but that isn't even a feature. There is simply no interface for tracking recurring bills. Confusing and disappointing. It'd be very useful. Other than that bit of false advertising, pretty good app for budgeting.

Mic. M. May 6, 2022     

App is cool. So many of the OAuth connections just work which is fantastic. Smart learning is recognizing transfers almost immediately or after correcting for one or two months. UI is simple and easy to navigate,/ responsive. There is an Android UI bug on the cash flow tab. Depending on what section you select ( income spending cash flow) This choice will then propagate the graph across the other two leading to incorrect average statistic calculations. Individual graphs work fine. Good job devs

Pea. Apr 11, 2022     

Can't add cash. This app would be great if you could manually enter cash and other accounts. You can only add accounts that can be linkes to a bank or a bill, which is frustrating when your main income is cash. Fix this error and I'll redownload. EDIT: Redownload years later to try again. It's nice you can automatically add accounts, but there is STILL NO CASH INCOME OPTION. You can add it in transactions and mark it income, but it doesn't show up anywhere??? What's the point? FIX THIS ISSUE

Jus. K. May 4, 2022     

Used to use this exclusively, but more and more they are trying to find ways to get your money. The newest is an annoying popup offering to get rid of ads for "$0.99/month". Little things like that have added up, looking for a new solution. Sorry Intuit, no more free financial data points from me.

Eli. May 1, 2022     

Mint is doing a nice job with the visuals and linked accounts. However, it's not as friendly with the offline and foreign currency accounts such as cash/wallet/ assets & properties. While I understand this isn't accounting software, I would argue that not many people like to switch between two apps for organizing their personal finances. I still have to stick with quicken because mint isn't offering some basic features for offline accounts. Is it too much to add a description/note box in the asset accounts? It's also important to track the appreciation/depression of a specific asset.

Use. May 12, 2022     

It would be a great app but I have to hold its hand for every purchase I make. It labels so many purchases wrong. When you try to fix it, you spend an hour going through it, only for it to continue. Makes tracking anything a nightmare.

Bra. T. Mar 30, 2022     

New UI update is horrible. You somehow made it worse in every way possible. Congratulations, you played yourself. I will be switching over to a different service ASAP. P.S. I find it ironic that your main key feature is "See everything in one place", yet we now have to navigate to 50 different pages to see our info.