Free Budgeting app

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    What is the best free app to keep a budget and keep track of all my accounts

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    I use mint. Has a browser version as well

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    Mint is great.. I was so disappointed they didn't retain support for my credit union when they took over Quicken's site. Quicken was the only tool I've ever found that worked with all the places I have to deal with. Only thing I have against Mint is they changed that... Otherwise the site is quite efficient.



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    Definitely give Mint a look. It's easy to set up online and the app works well too.
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    Any issues with them having your account id and paasword?

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    Not yet and I've used the online version for years now.

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    Im not trying to be smart but your obviously trying to manage your money so why would you not pay a few bucks to get the best tool to help u do that? Apps cost about as much as that soda or candy bar everyone buys. But the app will be there for u long term and not make u fat. Lol.
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    I was so disappointed they didn't retain support for my credit union when they took over Quicken's site.
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    @ Shalou... There are so many apps like this that vary in what they offer. How useful they will be is something that requires time to discover... The first post was looking for suggestions. I don't know what your phone and your plan cost but personally I'm not anxious to haphazardly toss any more cash into the pot until I know the app will be useful. This Pinchpenny G'ma will keep her few cents until an app proves worthy LOL. I'd pay monthly for Mint if they could convince my credit union to cooperate.

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