More than 3 million people now use Mint.com to get a quick, comprehensive view of their banking and financial information, which is expanding to connect with virtually every bank, credit union and credit card account in the United States. Using the aggregation capabilities of Intuit Financial Services, Mint.com now provides transaction information from double the number of accounts, and automatically places it in categories to give people a complete picture of their finances. With this added reach, Mint.com now connects securely and downloads transactions from virtually every U.S .bank with Internet banking capability to connect with more than 16,000 US financial institutions; support more than 17 million individual financial accounts; and add the 20 top-requested financial institutions. Intuit provides business and financial management solutions to financial institutions, including banks and credit unions.
Mint.com has made it easier for users to track their cash spending and monitor pending expenses, addressing a top user request by enabling manual entry of transactions. Users need only enter the amount and merchant, which Mint.com will automatically deduct from their most recent ATM withdrawal, unless they choose otherwise. Mint.com will then apply the spending to the appropriate category and budget. For checks, entering the check number and payee means the expenditure will be automatically reconciled when the amount clears. The new spend tracking feature accounts for tips, gifts, bonuses, owed money, or other income paid in cash or personal checks. Cash, checks and pending transactions will sync directly into a userâs account â tied to current budgets, personalized tags, categorized merchants, and linked accounts.