A Transaction Report and Printing Solution

This is more of an update than a question ...

Since joining the Mint Community, I have seen many questions and comments concerning the need for transaction reports plus printing capability.  It seems to be a common need. 

Several weeks ago, I found a third party program called MintToReport that handles this task.  It was originally at the beta testing stage but I heard from the developer that the commercial version has been released.

Using standard Mint exported comma separated values (CSV) data, MintToReport has a number of filter, date range, sort, and subtotal options.  I find it very useful.  The program download and licensing information can be found here ... http://minttoreport.com/ . All features of the commercial version (except Printing) are available for testing prior to registration. 

In the interest of full disclosure, I am not the program developer ... just someone very pleased to find this capability for Mint.com. :-)

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