Mint: A money management tool that doesn’t suck September 20, 2007Posted by somebodys in Apple, Arbeit, Freizeit, Mac, Software, Uncategorized.
Mint: A money management tool that doesn’t suck:
Hate spending time keeping track of where your money goes? Check out Mint, a new and free money management tool for people who hate managing money. Mint allows you to view all of your banking and credit card transactions side-by-side, making identifying all of your transactions much easier and faster than ever before. How does this help you? We make it easy for you to track down erroneous charges or bank fees, and keep a closer eye on your money. Mint even lets you label your transactions so you know what bills you need to split with your friends or roommates, know which ones need to be reimbursed for your company, and more. I’ve been in the private beta for two weeks (it’s now public), and it’s become my favorite financial tool. The setup is simple. Just enter the login information for your financial accounts and Mint aggregates all the data, presenting you with an easy-to-read dashboard of your finances. It’ll even suggest ways you can save money based on your spending habits. Mint’s off to a great start, but it needs a few missing features to really round-out the service. For example, I’d love to see a bill-pay system and a way to track stock portfolios. Note: This is not a paid review, but they did interview me in June. Click here to check it out.