Mint by Intuit has been around since 2006 and is one of the most popular personal finance solutions on the internet.
Mint has many good features, but they weigh down on the performance and usability of their site. If you were to start on Mint today, you would be inundated with advertisements and calls to action. How can you start getting a handle on your money when you are overwhelmed from the start?
Lunch Money feels like the early days of pre-acquisition Mint except you're charging money, thank goodness.
Ben, budgeting from USA 🇺🇸
By paying for subscription, you're supporting an independent developer and ensuring you never see an ad on our platform.
Ads overshadow the product and can be misleading.
All customer support emails go directly to the founder of Lunch Money, with response time typically less than 24 hours.
You won't be getting personalized assistance via Mint's public support forum.
A public changelog is provided to maintain transparency and accountability with Lunch Money users.
The product hasn't evolved to keep up with modern spending habits.
Spend in multiple currencies? Lunch Money will give you an accurate summary of your spending in your primary currency.
Mint will total CAD and USD transactions as if they were in the same currency.
Want your bank transactions from last year? If the data is there, we can import it!
Mint only imports transactions from the last 60 to 90 days.
No credit card required to get started
Currently only available on desktop web
(and we're committed to making the experience great! 🙌)
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