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post #16 of 23
how do they compare to just using quicken?

I was interested in Mint, and my wife was really against it, for the security reasons. I find it encouraging that greg and will are using these sites.
post #17 of 23
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how do they compare to just using quicken?

I was interested in Mint, and my wife was really against it, for the security reasons. I find it encouraging that greg and will are using these sites.

Imagine your online banking website, but with all your accounts in one place and budgeting tools in one.

Mint takes all this information to put spending in to their respective categories-- and is surprisingly accurate at it. Only a few have to be changed each month. It let's you see balances in all of your account, and it updates it every day so that having multiple accounts no longer is a huge pain in the ass.
post #18 of 23
Reviving an old thread. Want to see if Mint/Yodlee is still a popular choice.
post #19 of 23
I love Mint. It's a great service and I have yet to find something that works better. Good iPhone app too.
post #20 of 23
I love mint. Alternatives are:

http://www.pageonce.com
http://www.sigfig.com - kind of like mint but for your investments
post #21 of 23
I use it, I think it's awesome. Really helps a lot in the struggle not to overspend.
post #22 of 23
Love it.
post #23 of 23
I've been using Yodlee but the interface has gotten kind of crappy. It used to be really nice and streamlined and now I can't quite figure out how to do everything I want to easily. But, I've already linked all my accounts so I'm invested and it'll take something significant to get me to switch.

Good for tracking household spending without cracking open each other's bills.
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