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I have been using Mint for a while now after using Quicken since about 1996. I have a love/hate relationship with it. My finances right now do not require managing every penny but I still like to keep track of everything so I thought this might be a good, portable option.

On a scale of 1 to 10 I give it a 9 in ease of use, meaning it was relatively easy to sync all my accounts and assets with the site.

I give it a 6 for updates. Many of my accounts require little to no maintenance but there are 3 that I have to re-enter my login info every stupid time I want to access the data. Why wouldn't I just go to the site?
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