Intuit Mint QuickView
Even if keeping track of your finances was a pain in the old days, you’re out of excuses today: there are now more than enough services to help you keep on top of your money and credit. Mint is one of the most popular options, and now Intuit has brought data that was previously accessible only via the web or your iOS device to the dedicated Mac app Mint QuickView (Free). This Mac App Store release lets you quickly view your spending, income, account balances, and more.
Like so many apps, Mint QuickView’s icon resides in your menu bar. Click it and you’ll get a drop down showing all sorts of financial information: charts of where your money’s going, lists of recent transactions, your net income over the last few months, and more. If you’re concerned about friends and family seeing just how much you’re worth, you can set up a passcode to keep that info safe. Hopefully knowing where your cash is going will help you save a few bucks here and there.
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