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OMG, No More Mint App

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Intuit is closing the Mint, budgeting app, as of January 1, 2024. OMG! Ms. Black shares how you should go about identifying a replacement budgeting app and a list of potential replacements.

Ask yourself the following questions:

  1. Do I want a free app, or can I afford to pay for an app?
  2. What is my budgeting style (zero-based, envelope system, 50/30/20, spending plan, spreadsheet)?
  3. Do I want to connect my financial institutions, upload, or manually enter my information?
  4. Do I need my financial planner/coach, spouse/partner, or child to be able to access the app?
  5. Would I like to access the budget through an app only, desktop only, or both?
  6. What platform do I use Apple iOs or Google/android?

Apps mentioned the most:  Monarch Money, Empower, Simplfi, YNAB, Rocket Money, Tiller, Fidelity Full View

Here are the articles that informed this episode:

Best Mint Alternatives For 2023 (Budgeting Apps To Try)

8 Mint Alternatives You Should Know Of

Mint, the Budgeting App, Is Going Away. Here Are Some Alternatives.

Mint is shutting down – here are 10 Mint alternatives we recommend for 2023

9 Best Mint Alternatives for 2023 (Free & Paid)

Ms. Black, the host of Staying in the Black, is a single mom, homeowner, and public school educator in NYC. She owns two properties and is one mortgage away from being totally debt-free. She loves traveling the world with her family and has over $500,000 in her retirement accounts beyond her pension.

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