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Mint is a juggernaut among budgeting programs. It’s been around since 2006, which makes it an old-timer in the world of financial apps. And it’s free to use. I’ve used Mint for several years, and it was instrumental in helping me learn the basics of budgeting.
However, although it’s convenient and established, many users are dissatisfied with Mint. Common complaints include:
- Problems With Synchronization — Mint has trouble connecting to certain banks or credit unions if they’re on the smaller s… Read more →