Mint vs Simplifi vs Quicken

Intuit and Quicken offer several financial management products to balance your checkbook. Which one is the best for managing your finances? How much do they cost? Compare the services below.

Mint
VS
Simplifi
VS
Quicken
Price
Free (ad supported)
VS
$39.99 per year
VS
starts at $34.99* per year
Desktop Clientfor Windows and Mac
VS
VS
Mobile Appfor iPhone and Android
VS
VS
Supported BanksAll 3 use the same back-end service for connectivity to your bank
14,000+
VS
14,000+
VS
14,000+
Manually Import Transactionsfrom a QFX file
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VS
Categorize Transactions
VS
VS
Create a Budget
VS
VS
Investment TrackingStocks, bonds, 401k, etc
Basic tracking
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Basic tracking
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Basic tracking in Deluxe ($49.99* a year), Comprehensive tracking in Premier ($74.99* a year)
Credit Scoreregular credit score updates
VS
awaiting confirmation...
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Bill PayPay your bills directly from the service
VS
VS
Available in Premier ($74.99* a year)

*prices vary based on retailer and promotions; we have some updated prices from Amazon below

Who are the intended audiences?

  • Mint: Value-minded consumers who want basic financial management features
  • Simplifi: Young Adults and Millennials who want a mobile-first experience
  • Quicken: Those who want a complete financial management solution

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