Six of the Best Budgeting Apps

Popular budgeting app Mint shut down. We've found some alternative options.

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The popular budgeting app Mint shut down as of this spring, leaving about 3.6 million customers in search of another way to track their spending. 

Intuit, the company that owns Mint, is encouraging users to migrate to Credit Karma, a credit-focused app that Intuit owns. But so far, Credit Karma doesn’t offer the budget-setting tools that Mint provided, and it’s unclear what features will be added in the future. 

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Ella Vincent
Staff Writer

Ella Vincent is a personal finance writer who has written about credit, retirement, and employment issues. She has previously written for Motley Fool and Yahoo Finance. She enjoys going to concerts in her native Chicago and watching basketball.