Can Mint track tax related transactions - both personal and rental-property related?

I have used Quicken for many years to tracking our household spending, and also (and especially) our rental properties.  I rely on using both "categories" and "tags" to do this, and to get good year-end reports for filing my taxes. (As well as monitoring our personal spending).  The information for Mint under "How it works" is beyond minimal, so I have no way of knowing what it does or does not do.  If the sale of Quicken results in Quicken disappearing, is Mint an alternative?  (or do I have to brush up on my Excel....)?


Hi jtroth_1,

Mint features categories and tags, so if that is what you're looking to get out of Mint, you'll be able to find it when you go to the Transactions page once you've made an account and connected your bank to it. You can change categories and add tags as needed to transactions by clicking on the transaction in question and editing the details, and you can also edit multiple transactions at once.

Let us know if you need any other assistance.

Mint Mike

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