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Friday, October 14, 2011

Mint to Quicken 2011

Mint to Quicken 2011:

'via Blog this'

I would be posting this on a Mint.com forum, but I don't want to bother with registering, so I will post it here.


I am yet another person who would like to synch Quicken from Mint, and possibly vice versa.

Although just being able to take transactions from Mint into Quicken would be wonderful. A backup.

In my case, although I am a past Quicken user, I am not currently. Not even a Mint user. I use Yodlee. I would consider switching to any product that allowed me to keep both online and offline accounts.

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