A few weeks ago, Mint rolled out a feature that is sure to make it a more competitive money manager: bill reminders. In this review, I take a look at all the new features, and decide whether Mint can take over as the primary way I manage my money.
There are at least five solid reasons why offline money managers like Quicken and Microsoft Money are slowly dying. What is the future of the personal finance manager?
Ten years ago, when I first seriously got into personal finance and started using yearly versions of Quicken, there was a decent amount of choice. The big players, Quicken and Microsoft Money, kept each other somewhat on their toes and new features were implemented over the base design, although Quicken never really changed much. Somewhere … Continue reading The Slow Monopoly of Mint.com