Do you need to manage your personal finance more efficiently? Are you aware that you can do this online, free of charge as long as you reside in America or Canada? It sounds interesting, right? Aaron Patzer must have thought of you when he created the Mint portal to help you freely manage your personal financial services.
With Mint, you can easily create your: yearly budgets, single user interface transactions, loan balances, repayment history, investment, credit card, and track bank. However, in 2009, Intuit, the founder of TurboTax and Quicken merged with Mint.
Moreover, this firm has been multiplying its connectivity with financial institutes in America and Canada. Up to 2013, it has claimed to support approx. 17,000,000 separate financial accounts and now it has increased up to 20 million users throughout the service territory.
The interesting part is that your details on Mint are automatically categorized and updated. This goes from your personal bank account, credit card account, retirement account, and many more.
With this portal, you know how much you own and owe at any given time. However, to get this free service, you must first sign up free by accessing the homepage of its website.
How to join Mint to manage your money online
Start by going to www.mint.com’s official portal with any device you have.
On the main page of the portal, click on the “Sign up free” button to create your account here.
In the next window, enter your email address as username, phone number in the text field that will be used to verify your account and keep it safe and password.
Lastly, click on “create account”, answer other questions correctly and submit them.
You must create an online account to use Intuit products. From your account, you can have access to financial software like QuickBooks, Mint, and TurboTax. Anytime you make an update in one software, others automatically get it.
Remember that with Mint, you can easily create your: yearly budgets, single user interface transactions, loan balances, repayment history, investment, credit card, and track bank.