Mint Will Shut Down
The popular personal finance app Mint will shut down at the end of the year. Intuit says that it is reimagining Mint as part of Intuit Credit Karma, and Mint will no longer be available as of January 1, 2024.
While Credit Karma will continue to offer some of the capabilities that Mint has, it seems that it will not be the same experience. But if you sign up for Credit Karma now, you’ll have an option to securely transfer your eligible linked financial accounts, historical balances, and Net Worth graph. You can see more details about this change here.
Some of the favorite Mint features are moving to Credit Karma. You can continue to:
- see your financial accounts in one place
- view your transactions
- track your spending
- view your cash flow
- track your net worth trend over time
If you have an existing Credit Karma account, all you have to do is log into Credit Karma from the Mint app. Your financial account data will now be available in the Net Worth section of your Credit Karma app. If you don’t already have a Credit Karma account, you can follow the prompts in your Mint app to set up an account in a few quick steps.
And, if you’re looking for other options, check out Empower, Magnifi, YNAB, Monarch Money. Let me know in the comments if you have used any of these services. Or, please share any other suggestions for similar apps.
To learn how to download your Mint data before it’s shut down, please visit Credit Karma’s U.S. Help Center.