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Money Dashboard finally went public beta recently Are you still searching around in different places for your financial information? Money Dashboard can help you save time and effort by gathering all of your online banking accounts together in one place so you can easily review all of your recent transactions from different sources on a ...


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I don't think this is currently available. I'd recommend putting in your vote for this feature on their GetSatisfaction site.


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Xero Personal may do what you want. Get to know your money better Xero is the easiest way to keep track of your personal spending habits and savings goals. Get your complete financial position in an instant Xero lets you organise all your bank accounts in one place and automatically tracks your spending for you. Automatically keeps ...


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Unfortunately, Mint does not have an API. However, you are not alone in wanting this. Check out this forum post. It appears there at least a couple of people willing to develop/co-develop a scraping tool. Maybe they have made some progress.


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A second option is to write a script that authenticates to mint.com and scrapes the site periodically. Has anybody attempted to do this (in any language on any platform)? Here is a Ruby script I wrote that does this: https://github.com/toddmazierski/mint-exporter I have a feeling it would be a little more difficult than sending a password to a ...


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Yes, there is a screen scraping API though Yodlee.


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I've noticed what you're describing as well. At least with some sites, if they provide two-factor authentication, they ask you to verify factors beyond username/password from time-to-time. Generally, I've been able to resolve this by going to the site manually to verify my additional factors. Then when I refresh, the information updates again. Two-factor ...


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Here is an instruction of adding ING Direct account (by eHow). And, seems that some people are having the same problem as you. So, in case the above instruction didn't help, below is the solution suggested by mint.com. Stephen_Mann, Official Rep, replied on January 12, 2010 16:32 We have been seeing very good success rates over the past month. If ...


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Did you follow the steps here? http://satisfaction.mint.com/mint/topics/ing_direct_account


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In addition to the two-factor security issue that Scott mentioned, you may need to report the problem to Mint.com's technical team so they can take a look and see what's going on. You can report a problem by clicking "Get Help" in the top right corner of the screen (or clicking this link).


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Mint Budgets uses averaging based on past spending initially. You are able to control the value of the budget for each category though. If you are on the Budgets page, hover over the specific budget you want to adjust and click Edit Details. A dialog will come up that allows you to set the frequency, amount, and whether or not the value rolls over to the ...


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I personally use Buxfer, since it allows you to do both automatic and by hand transactions (since im in mexico and my bank is not supported by mint I needed hand made transactions). Its simple and easy but have a lot of info and reports, i like it :)


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I've written a small scraping library here: https://github.com/mrooney/mintapi. It can be used from Python, or outputs JSON from the command-line for use anywhere. It works with Mint.com as of today (2/18/2013).


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www.anzmoneymanager.com is an australian site that supports international bank accounts and may suit your needs. Slick interface and reports/categories/budgets and regular synch.


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I assume you've already checked your account number and other obvious stuff. Mint.com uses the same kind of system as Quicken and other financial tools to allow those tools to get your account information. I would contact your bank to ensure that your account is currently configured to allow that access. Some banks require you to request it, otherwise it ...


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Check out https://www.quickenonline.intuit.com/quickenweb/pages/iam/login_main.jsf and http://yodlee.com/ymc_home.shtml. I found most of my into on the forum http://forums.redflagdeals.com/there-mint-com-substitute-canada-745910/. It looks like there could be an issue because Canadian banks don't generally allow outside access to their accounts. Mint was ...


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Intuit now exposed API's that mint uses underneath. Check out the "Customer Account Data" information at https://developer.intuit.com/docs. That page also has other API's that Intuit exposes.


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Mint.com is only available in North America because it connects to financial institutions in North America. It downloads transactions as well as allows you to enter your own. Depending on your location some of these alternatives may work for you.


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You might be interested in a Google spreadsheet "application" I created. I call it Mojito. :-) Mojito directly imports your transactions from Mint.com and allows you to create budgets using any combination of categories and tags. It's not intended to replace Mint.com, but rather act as a companion. Feel free to check it out and share it with others. You ...


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PocketSmith would be also be worth checking out! Track spending, anywhere in the world. We proudly support bank transaction files from anywhere in the world. After all, we're an international bunch ourselves. Even adding transactions manually is a pleasure. Other tools include: https://money.strands.com/, as previously suggested, ...


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Try out money.strands.com. Pretty much all the functionality you'd expect from a money management app.



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