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Yodlee 1. Mint 0.

So much hype around Mint. Anyone can sign up now. I gave it a go today. None of my accounts works on Mint, or I got stuck on downloading data or what not. What’s going on? Digg effect?
Time to go back to Yodlee – pretty much does all the “See all your accounts in one place” thing minus “Find a lower price on your everyday bills” (to me is just marketing stuff anyway), plus Yodlee gives me a good overview of all my retirement and investment accounts too – which Mint doesn’t support.

Good times.

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  1. Hi George,

    My name is Pete Glyman, Co-founder of Geezeo a free personal finance app. Similar to Mint and Yodlee, we aggregate account info and make it easy to see where all the money goes. We have some realy cool functionality around smart tagging of transactions and tracking goals too.

    I see you’re interested in tracking investment accounts too. We just launched this functionality last week and would love for you to give us a try.
    Thanks!

    Pete Glyman
    Co-Founder, Geezeo

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