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Kiplinger: Mint.com is best option for online budgeting

Posted by Joe Allen-Black  September 27, 2012 04:55 PM

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How do you keep track of your financial information? Mint.com wants to help you improve it by importing your finances online. Stacy Rapacon, channel editor for personal finance website Kiplinger.com, said Mint.com offers the best overall online budgeting. What makes it even better? It’s free.

Watch this 90 second overview of the website if you’re interested in learning more about Mint.com. According to the video, you can register and start budgeting in less than five minutes. If you find that Mint.com doesn’t suit your budgeting style, check out my gallery of other sites that Rapacon has tested and recommends.

Ever used an online budgeting site? What did you think?

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