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Paul Branch from IL posted about 1 year ago:

I tried Mint for a while and it is a good program, but it doesn't have what I consider an essential feature. I want a printout at the end of the year that shows spending by category for tax purposes, specifically contributions and taxes paid. I couldn't figure out how to get that from Mint.

Ken Tucker from WA posted about 1 year ago:

I am looking for a replacement for Quicken, which I have used for many years but disenchanted with them. Has anyone had experience with Mint and Quicken and how they compare?

Gregory M from CA posted about 1 year ago:

You have to have tremendous trust to turn over all your account logins and passwords a 3rd party internet company. I will stick with Quicken running on my own PC not connect to the internet.

E T from GA posted about 1 year ago:

MINT - very good for what it does do, lousy for what it does NOT do.

It does not allow you to export data except as 1 whole bulk file for EVERY/all transactions for ALL time. That means every month you have to seperate all that data again.

It does not allow printing. REALLY! This is such a simple task ... clearly they run this site for the ads and could care less about customer service.

You cannot enter portfolio information for stocks NOT monitored in an account they can access, i.e. held by you.

It IS run by QUICKEN so the safety issues should be the same.

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