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February 24, 2009


It's indeed a very helpful site, I liked it.

I tried Mint a while back. I had a hell of a time adding some items, and often from large financial vendors, too. The issue wasn't with Mint, but rather how the companies share information and keyed on what elements (Countrywide Mortgage, West Coast Bank Visa, etc.).

I didn't like that it didn't allow one to add other things. But I got an e-mail from the company recently noting new features added. I should check it out.

My biggest "problem" is that we have budgeted for quite some time and are really locked into a mindset of our categories, and Mint doesnt't allow you to customize your categories.

amy, I was able to add categories. Maybe this is a new feature. You should give Mint another look. It seems to be improved from when you tried it.

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