Mint.com is a complimentary, web-based individual financial management service for the US and Canada, developed by Aaron Patzer. Mint initially offered account aggregation through a deal with Yodlee but has actually considering that relocated to utilizing Intuit for linking to accounts. Mint's main service allows users to track bank, credit loan, card, and financial investment balances and deals through a single interface, in addition, to develop spending plans and set monetary goals. In 2009, Mint was gotten by Intuit, the makers of Quicken and TurboTax.mint.com
Since 2010, Mint.com claims to connect with more than 16,000 the United States and Canadian banks and to support more than 17 million individual monetary accounts. As of November 2013, Mint.com declared to have more than 10 million users. In 2016, Mint.com declared to have over 20 million users.
If you're getting a message that Mint cannot connect to your Bank of America account since there is a security technique that prevents us from adding it, it's since we're unable to connect to Bank of America when two element authorization is enabled.
To link to your Bank America account, you'll have to disable 2 element authorization on the Bank of America website and then return to your Mint account to repair your Bank of America account.