I’ve used Quicken for many years. NOT Quicken.com. I use the software on my computer and download bank account transactions (have two bank accounts at each of two banks), credit card transactions (I only have one card), stock/IRA info, etc. Some deposits are direct; other checks I deposit using a bank app on my kindle. Bills are automatically paid with my credit card (soon I’ll have enough Amazon rewards points to buy a yacht). I only write checks to my hairdresser and the cleaning lady. Everything financial is always up to the minute. When it’s tax time, I print out a report and give it to my tax preparer.
Does Mint.com have anything to offer me? Does anyone here use it? Does anyone here (still) use Quicken? I’m also researching reviews of the Mint.com, but I always want to know what Dopers think. About anything/everything.
Does it keep track of stock transactions (once I give it permission to access those accounts)? That’s the one area where I can’t get an accurate picture in Quicken. It’s accurate on the brokerage site, but a mess in Quicken on my computer.