quote: i did that once it is funny to see your "networth" when no debt is owed... i just removed it and figured it didnt really matter in the end.
Putting an amortization table feature in the thing wouldn't be that hard.
That's the one problem I have with Mint, they don't seem to include the simple features that would make it more functional. I usually figure it's because most people would just use it incorrectly, get frustrated and quit using it.
quote: That's the one problem I have with Mint, they don't seem to include the simple features that would make it more functional.
i think that they are going for more of a transaction mgt thing not a total over all money mgt system... the transaction mgt part they do really well.... the only reason they want to know what kind of loans and such you have is so they can give you "tips"
i am sure they will continue to develop it out so home loans and car loans will work better but for now i am glad they are focused on doing one thing really well.
bryso Clemson Fan The Real Death Valley Member since Dec 2006 27093 posts Online
re: MINT question (Posted on 11/26/12 at 3:32 pm to Chris4x4gill2)
how long have you been a member of mint.
i ask because if you are new member it won't download transactions over ____ months ago... it all depends on how many months your of transactions your CC/bank will report... some are 30 days some 90... etc.