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What the End of Mint Means for Users and the Future of Budgeting Apps

What the End of Mint Means for Users and the Future of Budgeting Apps

Update: 2023-11-20
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The popular budgeting app, Mint, is shutting down in 2024. So what happens next? WSJ personal finance reporter Imani Moise joins host Ariana Aspuru to discuss where this leaves people in the market for a new budgeting app.


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What the End of Mint Means for Users and the Future of Budgeting Apps

What the End of Mint Means for Users and the Future of Budgeting Apps

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