How do I start in Mint?

After you’ve created your Mint account, the first thing you’ll want to do is add your banks, bills and credit cards to get insights into your spending. Go here to learn how. You can also add real estate, vehicles, debts, assets, cash or other properties. This article can help you. Your transactions from the past 90 days will be uploaded.

Go to the overview page to take a glance at your finances. From here, you can monitor your credit score, transactions, budgets, goals, net income, and more.

You can set a goal to track your progress toward paying off debt, saving for retirement, buying a house, and more.

You can sign up for email alerts that notify you of potential late fees or unusual charges, plus a weekly summary email.

If you’re ever lost or need extra help utilizing all of Mint’s features, select TOUR in the top menu of Mint.com.