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Not sure what happened there but I was not done! =)

When looking at a simple checking account, it is not clear to me what has cleared and what is pending so I give it a 5 for having up to date information.

I give it a *1* for not being able to reconcile accounts. As far as I can tell, you can't do that for any of your accounts.

Overall, I give it a 7. It gives me a ballpark idea of my net worth and account balances but it in no way can substitute for the actual data from the actual entities like banks. If you really need or want to know were every penny is, then this is not the software for you. If you just need to know about how things are going, this might be something you can use.

I believe the are owned by Intuit which owns Quicken so I don't think this site will ever be more than it is right now. Which in my book is a shame. I would pay them monthly to have the data I have with Quicken with the portability and immediacy I can have with Mint.

Just my $0.02.
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