7 fresh options when your budgeting app disappears in 2022

January 7, 2024
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Mint, the widely-used budgeting app, will be shutting down on March 23, 2024. The most-downloaded personal finance app will be replaced by Credit Karma, which Intuit acquired last year. However, Credit Karma may not offer the same budgeting tools as Mint. Users looking for an alternative budgeting app can consider these options:

  • PocketGuard: A free budgeting app that offers additional paid features like unlimited savings goals and debt payoff plans
  • Quicken Simplifi: A low-cost budgeting app that offers similar features to Mint at a significantly lower price
  • YNAB (You Need A Budget): An app that requires thoughtful consideration of your spending habits and offers spending trackers, savings goals, and payoff strategies
  • Monarch: A budgeting app for couples that offers shared saving goals and a 50% discount for the first year of membership
  • Rocket Money: An app that not only helps you track your spending but also offers a bill negotiation feature
  • WallyGPT: An AI-powered budgeting app that can analyze spending patterns and automate savings decisions
  • Albert: An all-in-one app that offers savings, investing, budgeting tools, and access to finance experts

Users of Mint can export their financial data to another app by exporting their transactions as a CSV file. Mon

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