Mint.com vs. PocketSmith

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We've reviewed and compared more than 15 personal finance apps. Our goal is to bring you the most honest, simple, and informative reviews. Turns out, users also want to compare specific applications. This review compares Mint.com and PocketSmith. The better software depends on your needs. So let's dive in and figure out which is right for you.

When it comes to personal finance software, users care most about: the cost (if there is any), whether or not the software can be used for budgeting, and whether or not the software has support for bill paying. Let's look at how Mint.com and PocketSmith compare against each other.

To start, let's consider the cost the use either service. Currently, Mint.com is a free personal finance app. In comparison, PocketSmith is $0.00 – $19.95/month.

Budgeting is another huge topic when it comes to personal finance. Both Mint.com and PocketSmith have the ability for users to budget within their apps, so it's a tie with this functionality.

When it comes to bill paying unfortunately neither Mint.com or PocketSmith offer this functionality.

Overall, Mint.com rates 8.5 out of 10, while PocketSmith ranks 7 out of 10. For more information on either, you can read our full reviews on Mint.com and PocketSmith.

HighlightsMint.comPocketSmith
Cost10/108/10
Customer Service 6/108.5/10
Ease of Use 9/108/10
Synchronization7/108/10
Accessibility8.5/107.5/10
Promotions
Price$0, 0, free/month$0.00, 19.95, month/month
Trial Period0 Days0 Days
Refund Policy
Budgeting
Bill Payment
Bill Management
Investment Tracking
Retirement Planning
Tax Reporting
Reconcile Transactions
Credit Score Monitoring
Zillow Tracking
Custom Categories
Manual Entries
Import QFX, QIF Files
Currency SupportUS/CanadaMultiple
Access8.5/107.5/10
Two-Factor Authentication
Customer ServiceEmailEmail
Mint.comPocketSmith

Larry Ludwig

Larry Ludwig was the founder and editor in chief of Investor Junkie. He graduated from Clemson University with a bachelor of science in computers and a minor in business. Back in the ’90s, I helped create some of the first financial websites for firms like Chase, T. Rowe Price, and ING Bank, and later went on to work for Nomura Securities. He’s had a passion for investing since he was 20 years old and has owned multiple businesses for over 20 years. He currently resides in Long Island, New York, with his wife and three children.

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