Mint.com For Dummies by Gail A. Perry CPA

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Get empowered and take control of your personal finances with Mint.com!

Mint.com is a free Web-based personal financial management service that helps you set up your day-to-day finances and track bank, credit card, investment, and loan transactions through a single Web site that is accessible anytime, anywhere in the world that you can access through the Internet. This fun and friendly guide arms you with expert advice for managing your bills, following where your money is going, developing a budget, paying off loans, saving for a house or car, maximizing investments, managing retirement savings, and more. The straightforward and easy-to-understand Dummies writing style shows you how to use Mint.com to get your finances organized—and keep them that way.Introduces you to Mint.com, the free personal online finance management service that helps you set up and track your day-to-day financesWalks you through the steps for creating a budget based on your current spending habits or creating a budget with goals in mind (saving for a new home or car, paying off college loans early, having a comfortable retirement, etc.)Tells you everything you need to do to track bank, credit card, investments, loan transactions and manage your billsShows you how to import and export tax information from Mint.com, including the tax software packages that make it the easiestIncludes handy checklists, expert tips, invaluable advice, and helpful warnings throughout

Mint.com For Dummies helps you get your daily finances in mint condition!

 

About Gail A. Perry CPA

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Gail A. Perry, CPA, is the managing editor of AccountingWEB, a popular speaker, personal finance instructor, and the author of 30 books on taxes, financial software, and personal finance.Matt Krantz is a nationally known financial journalist who covers Wall Street and the financial markets for USA TODAY.
 
Published November 5, 2010 by For Dummies. 363 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Computers & Technology. Non-fiction

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