Mint.com is a free, web-based personal financial management service for Canada and the US, created by Aaron Patzer. Mint originally provided account aggregation through a deal with Yodlee, but has since moved to using Intuit for connecting to accounts. Mint's primary service allows users to track bank, credit card, investment, and loan balances and transactions through a single user interface, as well as create budgets and set financial goals. In 2009, Mint was acquired by Intuit, the makers of Quicken and TurboTax.

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  • How to Make Financial Decisions Like A Minimalist
    Read the full blog post here: http://bit.ly/2vytWui Hey there! My name is Anthony Ongaro and I’m the guy behind Break the Twitch, a website and YouTube channel about living an intentionally connected life through minimalism, habits, and creativity. I’m pumped to be sharing my tips on minimalism and intentional living on the Mint blog over the next year. The benefits of making better financial...
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  • How to Make Financial Decisions Like a Minimalist [Video]
    Hey there! My name is Anthony Ongaro and I’m the guy behind Break the Twitch, a website and YouTube channel about living an intentionally connected life through minimalism, habits, and creativity. I’m pumped to be sharing my tips on minimalism and intentional living on the Mint blog over the next year. The benefits of making […]
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  • 5 Tips to Save for College Tuition
    College can be expensive: according to the College Board, a private four-year college costs an average of $32,410 a year. Four years comes out to nearly $130,000! While it’s hard to argue against the value of a college education, no one says you have pay the full freight without trying to find ways to save. […]
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  • Alternative Ways to Afford College
    Read full blog post here: http://bit.ly/2uWI2Sy Imagine a day when a college degree takes just one year to complete. Tuition is free and, upon graduation, companies like Spotify and Lyft want to hire you. Farnoosh Torabi does some digging to find the best options to avoid student loans!
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  • Alternative Ways to Pay for College [Video]
    Imagine a day when a college degree takes just one year to complete. Tuition is free and, upon graduation, companies like Spotify and Lyft want to hire you. Adam Braun, founder of MissionU, wants that day to be now. Earlier this summer I spoke with Braun to learn more about his latest venture MissionU, a […]
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  • The Best Sources for Affordable Healthy Food
    Well hello there, Mint family. Welcome to the very first installment of this super exciting partnership between Mint and Root + Revel! Before we dive into today’s post, how about a little meet and greet? Hi! I’m Kate Kordsmeier, the founder of Root + Revel, a food and wellness blog helping people strike the balance […]
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  • Rethinking Diversification: How to Prepare Your Portfolio in Case of Another Crisis
    If you’re like most investors, you’re probably invested in the stock market through a retirement account or individual brokerage account. But what if I told you that almost every major institutional investor earned higher risk-adjusted returns than you by following a different investment strategy? Major institutional investors diversify their portfolios across both public and private […]
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  • Mint Money Audit 6-Month Check-In: How Did Michelle Allocate Her Windfall?
    In March I offered some financial advice to Michelle, a Mint user who was struggling with debt, a lack of retirement savings and a bit of family financial drama amongst her siblings. Michelle was anticipating a cash bonus from her company and wasn’t sure if she should save the money or use it to relieve […]
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  • How Instagram FOMO Helped Me Get My Finances in Order [Video]
      Hi guys! First, a little introduction: My name is Tessa Juliette from Travel Where to Next and I am a writer, photographer, and Instagrammer. I’m also a self-taught master budgeter, which is why I’ve teamed up with Mint to spill all my budget travel secrets. The above video is a little intro and a […]
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  • How Instagram FOMO Helped Me Get My Finances in Order
    Introducing Tessa Juliette to the Mint blog! Read full blog post: http://bit.ly/2vFTlm0 Hi guys! First, a little introduction: My name is Tessa Juliette from Travel Where to Next and I am a writer, photographer, and Instagrammer. I’m also a self-taught master budgeter, which is why I’ve teamed up with Mint to spill all my budget travel secrets. The above video is a little intro and a personal st...
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  • Five Steps to Saving Your (Future) Life
    This is a guest post from Barron’s Next, which provides personal finance and investing guidance for a new generation of investors. Visit Barron’s Next for news on hot stocks, smart advice, investing tips and more. Saving enough money for your later life—be it retirement or, perhaps, another career entirely—doesn’t have to be as daunting as […]
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  • How One Mint User is Crushing $11k in Debt in Just One Year
    Aaron Hahn vividly remembers the moment he decided to crush his debt. It happened in March, while visiting his retired aunt and uncle in Arizona. Their home, with a lush, sprawling golf course as its backdrop, symbolized to him the power of hard work and consistent savings. Not to mention, this was their vacation home, […]
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  • How to Save for a Trip to Europe
    It seems as though traveling throughout Europe is like a rite of passage. Whether you’re fresh out of high school, retired, traveling to one country or several, it’s an amazing place to start your journey as a vagabond. Unfortunately, Europe can also be incredibly expensive. If traveling to Europe is on your bucket list but […]
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  • How to Use Real Estate to Earn Money While You Sleep
    Have you ever wondered how the rich just keep getting richer?   Most people make a living based on the physical work they do, earning a paycheck every few weeks in exchange for that work. Regardless of whether you get paid an annual salary sitting at a desk with a computer or are paid by […]
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  • Why Renting is Better
    You’ve heard the expression countless times: Paying rent is like flushing money down the toilet. I get it. There are strong reasons for purchasing a home. I’m a homeowner and can attest to the fact that it provides my family with more stability, knowing a landlord can’t kick us out. Purchased at the right time […]
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  • Part 3 of 3: Life Insurance Buyers’ Common Q&As
    Replacing your policy I currently have a life insurance policy – could I get a better price elsewhere? The short answer is yes – it is possible to get a better price. The long answer is that it depends on quite a few factors, and there’s no guarantee that your price will drop with a […]
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  • Get Your Money Habits Together in College: Yes, You Got This!
    This week I’m looking at how college students actually spend their money. I’ve reviewed my own spending, but in the interest of increasing the sample size, I asked my friend Michelle* if she’d be willing to share her spending from the last week. Obviously, this feels a little intrusive to anyone, but I was happy […]
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  • How to Rank Your Investments: Your Financial Pyramid
    When it comes to investing for future goals, we can’t always do it all, at least not at the same time. We need to make some hard choices. But the best approach may not be super clear. For example, if you have a child headed to college soon with nothing saved for his or her […]
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  • The Clumsy Traveler Recaps Her Trip (And Budget) From Peru [Video]
    After about 4 months of planning, 6 months of saving and 2 weeks in South America, I’m back! And what an epic 2 weeks! For my birthday, my husband and I traveled to Peru for 2 weeks with an 18-hour layover in Colombia and let me just say, it was a crazy experience! The people […]
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  • The Clumsy Traveler Recaps Her Trip (And Budget) From Peru
    After about 4 months of planning, 6 months of saving and 2 weeks in South America, I’m back! And what an epic 2 weeks! For my birthday, my husband and I traveled to Peru for 2 weeks with an 18-hour layover in Colombia and let me just say, it was a crazy experience! The people were incredibly welcoming, I gained a new sense of spirituality with Mother Earth and I challenged myself in new ways I ne...
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  • Do You Really Need a Credit Card in College?
      I’m going to just get right to the point: whether or not a credit card is needed in college is very specific to the individual. The below offers some tips on how to think about credit cards and how they might be used as a beneficial tool OR could create big problems down the […]
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  • Summer Savings: 9 Ways to Cut Costs
    Summer can be a pricey time of year after factoring in vacations, entertaining the kids and running the A/C on extra high. Whether you plan to travel afar or stay local this summer, these 9 money-saving tips and tricks can help keep more money in your bank account. #1 Bank on Free Fun “Check your […]
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  • iOS Feature Highlight: New Lookback in Budgets
    Hey Mint readers – my name is Peter Fong, I’m an iOS engineer here at Mint and worked on a recent feature update for Budgets. Hopefully you’ve already discovered it – but if not – they asked me to share what the new feature is (we’ve received many requests for it over the last year). […]
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  • After the Wedding: Joining Accounts & More
    Hey everyone, thank you or your well wishes and sweet notes. I’m married! But guess what? Once you’re married and starting your happily ever after, you must still discuss finances. Now our conversations are changing. Initially, it was about budgeting for the wedding and now it’s all about what are we going to do with […]
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  • Part 2 of 3: Life Insurance Buyers’ Common Q&As
    Reviewing your policy How often should I review my policy? We suggest reviewing your life insurance policy once per year to make sure you have enough coverage.  Most importantly, you should review it anytime your life and circumstances change. What should I look for during my policy review? When reviewing your policy you should look […]
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  • What Does Financial Freedom Mean to You?
    This Independence Day, as with each 4th of July, I’m reminded of the great leap of faith my parents took more than 37 years ago when they bought one-way tickets to the United States. Their move from their embattled Iran granted my brother and me a life of privilege and greater freedoms. Their journey also […]
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  • Mint Money Audit 6 Month Check-In: Was Ken Able to Attack His Student Loans?
    Back in December I had the opportunity to review Ken’s financial profile. He’s an airline pilot who earns about $100,000 a year. At 36 years old, his main financial gripe is that he’s tired of carrying around his $45,000 student loan debt. (Can you blame him?) With ample savings, my advice to Ken was transfer […]
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  • How to Save for a First Class Flight
    You’ve backpacked your way through Europe, you’ve stayed at nice hotels and even eaten at Michelin star restaurants. You’ve crossed a lot off of your travel bucket list but there’s still one thing that needs to be done: fly first class. Flying first class is crazy expensive, but we still need to try it at […]

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