We’re always working closely with others to build on new technologies and platforms to ensure that our Mint community has the best experience managing and understanding their finances. That’s why we’re thrilled to announce support for iOS 8 by bringing Touch ID technology to Mint. Apple users now can more easily and securely authenticate access to [...]
It’s easy to become overwhelmed by complex reward programs and, as a result, neglect some really useful card benefits, miss out on earning as many reward points or miles as possible or even, god forbid, unknowingly lose hard-earned points. If you want to start making the most of your credit card’s travel rewards program, here are three things I’ve learned along the way that help me get the most out of mine:
It’s Working Parents Day. If you’re like me, you probably didn’t know this day existed or have been too busy packing lunches, doing school drop off, shuttling kids to activities and oh yeah, surviving at that other paying job called work. Today, fellow working parents, is our day. It’s a day to put our feet [...]
The fortune cookie brings good luck and fortune to some of us. For others, it is just a whimsical thought to contemplate after enjoying a good meal. Fortune cookies tend to promise endless wealth and instant gratification, but in reality, reaching your fortune involves a bit more effort, including: budgeting, planning for the future, and [...]
Medical debts are wounding consumers with unfair black marks on their credit reports, consumer advocates told Congress this week. Complex medical bills, aggressive debt collectors and error-prone credit reports are a toxic combination for consumers’ financial well-being, critics say.
More than five years have passed since the Great Recession formally ended in June 2009. But for many Generation Xers, it’s still not over.
Commission-driven collectors have little incentive to steer borrowers toward programs that help them make affordable payments and complete their degrees, according to a consumer advocate group.
Wondering if it makes financial sense to get a roommate? Here are some tips that will come in handy when debating whether you should live alone or split the costs with other people. Click on “Launch Infographic” for an expanded view.
Working through college may put students at risk for a more expensive and longer education experience, but a part-time job after class can do more than soften the financial blow of rising tuition costs.
After debts were erased in bankruptcy, Chase Bank left them marked "unpaid" on people’s credit reports as a pressure tactic to boost collections, a class-action lawsuit charges. The bank denies it, but a bankruptcy judge ruled the case has enough merit to get its day in court.