Mint vs Quicken Comparison Chart

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Reviews

Anonymous
Technical Development Researcher (Biotechnology company, 10001+ employees)
Verified Reviewer

Great central place for finances

2018-05-11

Pros

Unlike certain software where you have to access your locally on your desktop (i.e. Quicken), Mint provides you with the flexibility of editing your transactions online.

Cons

Mint is still lacking a lot of features, including the ability to import .csv files or to filter transactions through a specific date range. Hopefully these features get added soon.

Rating breakdown

Ease of use
Features

Time used: 1-2 years

Frequency of use: Daily

Likelihood to recommend

9/10
Source: GetApp
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Mint Reviews
Mint
Your financial life, all in one place
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Paul Dappert

Quicken - Quickbooks/Payroll

2016-08-08

Pros

It has a nice user interface. It is easy to navigate. A onw stop shop to capture business financial information.

Cons

It does not support some banks and accounts that products like mint support to keep the information updated without having to go through many extra steps to get account information or importing and exporting the information.

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Ease of use
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Customer support

Time used: Less than 6 months

Likelihood to recommend

5/10

Recommendations to others considering Quicken

Work with banks to support you automatic update like what mint has.

Source: Software Advice
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Quicken Reviews
Quicken
Brings all your accounts together in one place
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Ruben Hiciano

Another all-time favorite agonizes in the mobile era

2018-07-24

Intuit own's Mint App is an example of how Quicken should be but, for some reason, they have decided to continue working on the same outdated software instead of relaunching.

Pros

- A longtime runner with a big user fan base - The very familiar interface allows old users to upgrade without a steep learning curve - Very similar Mac and Windows version allows painless platform switch - Supports most banks and account syncing in The US - Does not require a monthly or annual fee

Cons

- The interface is beginning to look a bit outdated compared to new mobile apps available for iOS and Android - No equivalent mobile version available - Cloud syncing and backup is limited and not easy to setup (dropbox required) - Version to version upgrades sometimes include little to no enough new features for the price (That's why some users are still using 5-8 years old versions)

Rating breakdown

Value for money
Ease of use
Features

Time used: 2+ years

Frequency of use: Weekly

Likelihood to recommend

8/10
Source: Software Advice
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Quicken Reviews
Quicken
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David Yutzy

A Product Whose Time Has Passed

2019-03-28

Pros

Quicken for more than a decade has been "the" standard for personal financial management and I used it for many years to track my families spending habits, transactions, retirement and more. It's "the" gold standard for anyone looking to track their financial health.

Cons

Multiple online products, including Mint which is also owned by Intuit that makes Quicken, covers 90% of the features/functions that you would normally run on your computer.

Rating breakdown

Value for money
Ease of use
Features
Customer support

Time used: 2+ years

Frequency of use: Daily

Likelihood to recommend

2/10
Source: Software Advice
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Quicken Reviews
Quicken
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