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Aims to: Link a user’s savings, credit-card, and investment brokerage accounts to show his assets, liabilities, and where his money is going each month and to provide practical tips about paying down debt and boosting savings.
What’s cool: The convenience of automatic downloading all of a user’s accounts and the fact that the site alerts users on their Mint.com page with newest tips on where to find the highest bank savings rates or lowest bank or brokerage fees.
Needs improvement: The site posts reminders and alerts about upcoming due dates for bills to users’ Mint.com pages; it does not send them to users' e-mail accounts.