Mint is shutting down, and it’s pushing customers towards Credit score Karma

A person using Mint on their smartphone
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Mint, the budgeting app owned by Intuit, is shutting down. Intuit introduced on Tuesday that Mint will get absorbed into Intuit’s different service, Credit score Karma, when it formally goes away on January 1st, 2024 (through Bloomberg). However it’s nonetheless not clear whether or not Credit score Karma will get the budgeting options that Mint is understood for.

Intuit first acquired Mint in 2009, an app that has supplied a free method for customers to trace their budgets, handle bills, negotiate payments, and maintain tabs on subscriptions. Now, Intuit is inviting customers to Credit score Karma, a service that the corporate acquired in 2020.

Whereas Credit score Karma affords related options, like credit score rating checks, data on easy methods to construct credit score, and credit score monitoring, it nonetheless doesn’t include…

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