Many of us at Mint are iPhone users so we’re as excited about our new iPhone app as we hope you’ll be. Keeping things simple is especially important on a mobile device so rather than cram in 100s of new...
Scott Cook from Intuit here. OK, I’m about to date myself. Long ago (27 years ago in fact), I watched my wife complain about paying the bills. That gave me an idea. And that idea became Quicken. Check with your...
Today, exactly two years after launching at TechCrunch40, I’m excited to announce that we have signed a definitive agreement to be acquired by Intuit, makers of Quicken, QuickBooks, and TurboTax, for approximately $170 million. It’s a great opportunity that could bring Mint.com’s unique approach to personal financial management to millions more consumers and small businesses as well as the 1,800 banks and credit unions serviced by Intuit.
A star is born. MintLife, our still new online magazine devoted to helping you manage your money and understand the economy is a finalist in the OMMA Awards for Web Site Excellence and your voice counts. Vote for us!
By popular demand, we’ve come out with a new release of Mint.com that provides you with even more insights into how you manage your money. We’ve completely revamped our budgeting features and added additional graph types so that you can...
Mint’s CEO Aaron Patzer recently sat down with the larger-than-life personal finance guru Suze Orman to talk about all things money-related.You probably recognize her from CNBC, from Oprah, or because you’ve read one of her best selling books. Here’s what he learned.
Last week Mint’s lead designer Jason Putorti had the honor of representing Mint at the 13th Annual Webby Awards in New York City. He was there to accept two awards for Mint.com, one for Best Financial Services Website, and another, the People’s Voice award. Here’s his behind-the-scenes report.
Microsoft today announced that it will stop selling Microsoft Money, its venerable personal finance software, by the end of June. While the software will continue to work, users will no longer have access to automated data feeds from their banks, credit card companies and other financial service providers. If you’re a Microsoft Money user looking for a new tool to help you continue to manage your money, we invite you to try Mint.com.
Many Americans start each day on their personalized My Yahoo! homepage. Starting today, they can use our new Yahoo! application to keep an eye on their money and budgets right along with their email, weather reports, sports scores, and news streams. If you’re a My Yahoo user, please try out the app today!
As we head into Memorial Day weekend and look forward to spending time with our friends and families, our thoughts go out to those in military families who are separated from their loved ones. While Mint.com can’t help much in bringing them physically closer, we can bring them financially together and reduce some of the stresses that money management places on them.