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Simplify Your Financial Life With Mint.com & Manilla.com

With both services, Mint and Manilla, you can more easily gain control of your financial world.  This can help you to gain an understanding as to where you are financially and to help you keep going in the direction of better financial decision making.  With Manilla, you can keep on top of your monthly bills by receiving updates and balances in real time using one user name and password.  Mint gives you a great overview of where you are today and can further help you get to where you want to be by providing data on your spending trends and giving you a service to set up financial goals.  Both services are offered to you as free services and both services are verified by TRUSTe site validation services.

Since Mint and Manilla are both web services, you will have access to your financial world anywhere there is an internet connection.  This breaks the bond to your desktop PC from applications like Quicken and the like.  Additionally, both services offer mobile applications for you to manage or view your accounts, make payments, or modify transactions while you are on the go.

Mint.com: http://mint.com
Manilla.com: http://manilla.com

Teaming these two services up may not work for everyone, but it may work for you.  It certainly does for me.  Tell us what you think in our comments section below.

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About Joe D

I have always had a passion for everything computing. In early 2000, I decided to take my passion to the web. Thus, C.O.D. was born. Through the years we have made many great friends at C.O.D. and hope to continue our journey for years to come.

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  1. I’ve actually been increasingly frustrated with Mint.com. The bill due alerts routinely show the wrong amount. The deposit alerts are usually several days off and a new credit card that I added at the beginning of the year via my bank account has failed to show up. Their customer support is good as they are quick to reply with possible solutions, but I’m seriously looking to switch to Manilla. Perhaps I’ll end up using both.

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