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Mint Review: Manage your finances in the cloud for free (just be aware of the cost)

At a Glance

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  • Mint
    Free

    Mint offers a lot of free tools for people who want to track their finances and set financial goals, but you have to be comfortable with keeping your data online and living with marketing pitches.

At a Glance

Mint offers a lot of free tools for people who want to track their finances and set financial goals, but you have to be comfortable with keeping your data online and living with marketing pitches.

Price when rated: Free

Pros

  • Surprisingly feature rich, supporting transaction downloads from thousands of financial institutions.
  • Strong automated categorization engine.
  • Generates informative graphs.

Cons

  • You'll be targeted for marketing offers based on your financial transactions.
  • Very limited tools for investors.
  • No real support for tax-prep software, such as TurboTax.
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