The Mint is a budgeting app that comes with a daily budget planner, which suggests budget goals based on spending. Users can adjust their goals (and/or add new ones) as they use the app. Mint gives users all the details on its features, including the tools, perks, safety, pricing, availability, and ratings so they can decide if it is the right app for managing their money. Mint syncs to users' bank accounts, credit cards, and retirement accounts to track their income, purchases, and savings. The app’s monthly bill payment tracker allows users to see all bills at one glance, and they can get reminders on upcoming due dates and alerts if their funds are low.
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good service, but I'm sorry, I hate having to check my email EVERY TIME I open the webpage, even if I just closed it for 1 second. If you aim to irritate your users, you sure succeeded with this one. Just give me google authenticator as an option at least. Jebus. Still this is the best free way of tracking assets I've found. They could do so much more however.
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On this page, you can see a detailed review of Mint Payment systems with reviews from real users and our experts. Mint provides the following services: Asset Management, Card Programs, Loans, P2P, Savings Account, Wallets, Wire Transfer Acceptance.
At the moment, Mint rating on Finscanner is 3.8 and on Trustpilot is 3.6.