General

How do I contact customer care?

The best and most efficient way for you to connect with the right person to get the help you need is to select Chat at the bottom of this page. We don' Read more...

What do I do if I forgot my Intuit Account password?

To reset your password, go here and select I forgot my user ID or password. Enter your phone number, email address or user ID to receive a Read more...

How do I add a manual account in Mint?

You can track your real estate, vehicles, debts, assets, or other properties without linking them to a financial institution. Sign in to Mint on your Read more...

How do I change my email address?

Follow these steps to change your email address: Sign in to your account on Mint.com. Note: You won't be able to change your email from the Mint Read more...

How do I add a new account in Mint?

From Mint.com: Sign in to Mint and select +Add Accounts from the black bar at the top of the page. In the search field, enter the financial institution Read more...

What do I do if I can't find my bank, credit card or financial institution in Mint?

If you can’t find your bank, biller, etc., be sure to: Search for the name of your bank exactly as it appears on its website. For example, 1st Read more...

Can I add another user to my Mint account?

There can only be one user per Mint account. If you’d like to share your financial information with someone else, you can create a new account Read more...

How does Mint categorize my transactions?

We use an automatic categorization engine so we can make downloaded transactions easier and more uniform for all of our customers. The Mint Categorization Read more...

Is Mint available outside the US?

Currently, Mint only supports banks and financial institutions in the US and Canada. We may support financial institutions based outside of the US in the Read more...

How do I add my mortgage account?

To add a mortgage account to your Mint account, you will need to link the provider that holds your mortgage.  For example, if Citibank is the owner Read more...

What kinds of accounts can I link?

The more you add, the more we can help. It’s best to start with the bank accounts and credit cards you use most. Once you’ve linked those, Read more...

How do I report a bug?

If something's not working right in Mint, please let us know! Please chat with us and let us know the issue you're experiencing. The more details Read more...

How do I use the Calendar feature for the Mint Mobile App

To enable or disable the Calendar for the Mint Mobile App, please follow the directions below for the device you use: Android: In the Mint App go to the Read more...

How do I update my sign in information for my financial institution?

If your username or password has changed for your financial institution’s website, you’ll need to change it on Mint, too. From Mint.com: Read more...

Do you support international banks?

Currently, we only support banks in the U.S. and Canada. We hope to support more countries in the future.   Read more...

What are the differences between Mint and Quicken?

The following are some of the main differences between Quicken and Mint: Both Quicken and Mint are personal finance management programs. However, Quicken Read more...

Which bills can I add to Mint?

The more you add, the more we can help make sure you don’t miss one or end up paying late fees. When you add bills (even offline bills like your Read more...

Why is my Overview blank when I login?

We've made some exciting changes to Mint that will allow you to customize your Overview.  Unfortunately for a small number of Mint users, the Read more...

Can I transfer money between accounts or budgets using Mint?

No, it's not possible to transfer money between accounts or budgets using Mint at this time. We apologize for the inconvenience. Read more...

How do I download Mint to my mobile device?

We currently support iPhone/iPad (iOS 11.0 and up), Android mobile devices (5.0 and up) and Android tablets (5.0 and up with a screen at least 8.9 inches). Read more...

What is Mint?

Mint is the free, effortless way to manage your money in one place. We bring together your bank accounts, credit cards, bills and investments so you know Read more...

Does it cost anything to sign up for Mint?

No, signing up for a Mint account is completely free! Read more...

Why should I link my accounts and bills?

When you link your banks, credit cards and bills to Mint, we can analyze where you're spending, offer suggestions for budgeting and saving, and alert Read more...

Can Mint sync with Quickbooks?

It is not possible for Mint to sync with Quickbooks currently. We apologize for the inconvenience.    Read more...

How do I know when my account was last updated?

When an account is updated, the last update time is displayed in the Overview tab under the balance amount of each account. The phrasing will state Read more...

What can I do with Mint?

Mint offers you a ton of awesome benefits. Here are just a few: See all your balances and transactions together See your complete financial picture - what Read more...