Ryan ShookCreative Director

What's a good Mint.com alternative?

Mainly just want to be able to see all of my accounts in one place and kept up to date. Mint struggles to keep things updated and gives me headaches with constantly re-authenticating.
Posted 
Your recommendation
🤓 Have a recommendation? Join to share.
6 recommended
  1. Josh DayCofounder @ wayfx · Written
    Welcome to the world of Clarity Money, where we have your financial back. We help you take control of your finances by cancelling wasteful accounts, lowering your bills, getting you better deals and managing your financial life — all in one place for free.
    CommentsShare
  2. Alexander ObenauerCEO, Mindsense (Mail Pilot & Throttle) · Written
    The methodology driving YNAB has been an absolute game-changer for managing my finances. The app definitely has bugs and quirks, but the workflow is perfect.
    CommentsShare
  3. 2
    Personal Capital

    All your accounts, All in one place.

    Jason FrasierDesign Director · Written
    It has all your bank accounts, retirement, credit cards etc
    CommentsShare
  4. 1
    Wave Accounting

    Fast, easy accounting for your small business

    Nikki BarronMarketing & Communications | Mastin Labs · Written
    I really like Wave apps. It's great for personal and business.
    Comments (1)Share
    • Johnathan HollandI truly obsess over helping others..

      Kirk Simpson has been a mentor to me in my entrepreneurial journey and he truly cares about the user experience and how it benefits the small business owners life. Wave has incredible financial products and anyone using their products should know that the team does everything in their power to give you what you need.

  5. Caitlin BolnickStudent & Innovator · Edited
    I hope this is the right Albert as there were so many of them in the list- ha! Albert is super simple and easy to use. I've tested a ton of these financial trackers that just try to overcomplicate things too much. This is not the case with Albert. Its dead simple and you can save some of your money through it as well.
    CommentsShare
  6. Casey Legrowth & product & martech · Written
    If you're a MacOSX user, I suggest trying Balance (downloadable on the Mac App Store). It's a simple tool that integrates all of your accounts to give you (1) a quick overview of your balances, (2) notifications, (3) insights - all from the menu bar of your Mac device. It actually stays relatively up to date and you can always check with the refresh button.
    CommentsShare