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What are the best Mint.com alternatives?

Mint.com is described as 'free web-based personal financial management service for the US and Canada' and is a very popular Budget Manager in the business & commerce category. There are more than 100 alternatives to Mint.com for a variety of platforms, including Android, iPhone, Online / Web-based, Mac and Windows. The best alternative is CountAbout. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try GnuCash or HomeBank. Other great apps like Mint.com are You Need A Budget, Money Manager Ex, Firefly III and MoneyWallet.

Mint.com alternatives are mainly Personal Finance Tools but may also be Budget Managers or Bookkeeping Tools. Filter by these if you want a narrower list of alternatives or looking for a specific functionality of Mint.com.
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Mint.com is a free web-based personal financial management service for the US and Canada.

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  1. Online personal finance website. Think of CountAbout as your Quicken or Mint alternative.

    ⚫︎ Multiple Account supportCountAbout support multiple accounts without the need to logout and login
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    Almost everyone thinks CountAbout is a great alternative to Mint.com.
    billsadd

    Great support ... and actively working on continued enhancements ...

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    So far it is more stable. Mint support on issues was poor -- took months, got nowhere. Joe Carpenter is great to work with.

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    erikneffca

    I imported a bunch of mint data to CountAbout to see how their transaction categorization and rules engine worked, and I couldn't see how I could to control or revise how categorization worked in a rules context like how mint does it. So, back to mint I go, for now...

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    stevetrueblue2

    Web-based and fully functional solution.

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    danielhirsch

    CountAbout has most of the same features as Mint, without the constant advertising and with a much more comforting privacy policy.

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    mattrhodes

    Makes it easy to review the charges appearing on all your bank accounts, credit & debit cards AND approve them. Mint lets you see the transactions, but there isn't any easy way to see just the new ones & mark them as approved to remove them from the list.

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  2. GnuCash is personal and small-business financial-accounting software, freely licensed under the GNU GPL and available for GNU/Linux, BSD, Solaris, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.

    ⚫︎ Privacy focusedGnuCash is considered a privacy friendly alternative.
    ⚫︎ PortableGnuCash can be used from a USB stick or similar with no prior installation.
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    SWMANNN

    Lacks the killer functionality of Mint.com -- auto crawling from credit/debit card and banks. Well, It does have the function, yet not so compatible with Canadian banks like TD/CIBC/RBC/BMO/ATB/SCOTIA/SERVUS

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    This is not a web based system.

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  3. HomeBank is a free software. Use it to manage your personal accounts. It is designed to easy to use. Analyse your finances in detail using powerful filtering tools and graphs.

    ⚫︎ Multiple Account supportHomeBank support multiple accounts without the need to logout and login
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    You Need A Budget

    • Online
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    Gain Total Control of Your Money.

    ⚫︎ Bank integrationYou can view and record your banking activity automatically within You Need A Budget.
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    Almost everyone thinks You Need A Budget is a great alternative to Mint.com.
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    Money Manager Ex

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Mac
    • Windows
    • PortableApps.com
    • Android
    • Android Tablet

    Money Manager Ex is a free, open-source, cross-platform, easy-to-use personal finance software. It primarily helps organize one's finances and keeps track of where, when and how the money goes. It is also a great tool to get a bird's eye view of your financial worth.

    ⚫︎ Recurring BillingMoney Manager Ex lets you set, track or charge scheduled payments at custom or predefined intervals to a product or service.
    ⚫︎ PortableMoney Manager Ex can be used from a USB stick or similar with no prior installation.
    ⚫︎ Import CSV DataMoney Manager Ex can import data from a CSV (Comma seperated values) file.
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    Firefly III

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Android
    • Android Tablet
    • Self-Hosted
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    Financial manager, it can help you keep track of expenses, income, budgets and everything in between. It even supports credit cards, shared household accounts and savings accounts.

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    MoneyWallet

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Android
    • F-Droid

    MoneyWallet is an Android application that let you track your expenses. You can organize your data using custom categories, events, places and people tags. The best alternative to others apps, free and open source.

    ⚫︎ Currency ConversionMoneyWallet lets you convert different currencies based on the latest exchange rates.
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    Actual Budget

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Self-Hosted
    • Online

    Actual is a personal finance tracker with a powerful budgeting system. Only budget money that you have and see exactly how much you're saving each month. Track all your accounts in one place.

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    Buxfer

    • Online
    • Android
    • iPhone

    Free online personal finance software for budgeting and expense management. Track shared expenses, split bills, and debts.

    ⚫︎ Bank integrationYou can view and record your banking activity automatically within Buxfer.
    ⚫︎ Support for multiple currenciesBuxfer allows you to use more than one currency.
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  10. KMyMoney is a cross-platform personal finance manager built on KDE frameworks technologies for your desktop and notebook environment. It enables users to keep careful track of their personal finances by providing a broad array of financial features and tools.

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