Sams Teach Yourself Mint.com in 10 Minutes

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Sams Publishing, Jul 28, 2011 - Business & Economics - 196 pages

Sams Teach Yourself Mint.com in 10 Minutes gives you straightforward, practical answers when you need fast results. By working through its 10-minute lessons, you’ll learn how to use Mint.com’s free tools to simplify your finances, take control of your money, get better deals, and build lifelong financial security!

Tips point out shortcuts and solutions

Cautions help you avoid common pitfalls

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10 minutes is all you need to learn how to...

  • Create your Mint.com account, and get started fast
  • Consolidate all your checking, credit card, loan, and investment accounts on one easy web page
  • Discover your total net worth right now
  • Avoid financial “information overload”—but get all the details you want, when you need them
  • Find better deals on loans, credit cards, checking accounts, and other financial services
  • Easily create a personal budget and monitor your progress in following it
  • Track your outstanding student loans, car loans, and mortgages
  • Monitor all your investments, from stocks to retirement and college savings accounts—even art and antiques
  • Get instant alerts about events affecting your finances
  • Keep your financial information safe and secure
  • Access your Mint.com pages from your smartphone or tablet
 

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James Floyd Kelly received an English degree from the University of West Florida and an Industrial Engineering degree from Florida State University; he has enjoyed using the skills and knowledge from both in various jobs over the years. He is the author of numerous books, including books on the Galaxy Tab and Motorola Xoom tablets, building a CNC machine, building and programming LEGO robotics, and using open source software. He currently lives with his wife and two sons in Atlanta, Georgia.

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