Mint is a FREE online personal finance (web 2.0) service similar to Quicken. Over the past several years I’ve taken mint.com for a test spin with my personal finances. With Mint you have no local software to install, and it’s a service you can access with any browser or mobile device. It’s free to signup and only takes a few seconds to add new accounts. I picked ten personal accounts to test their service. I selected a mixture of: banking, credit cards, loans, and investing brokerage accounts. Upon initial setup, Mint.com seamlessly downloaded my financial data. Every time you visit their site, your financial data gets updated automatically. It presents your financial information in a slick easy-to-use web interface, with pretty graphs and all. Though the service appears to be more about the glitz than useful functionality, it’s still very helpful for things like budgeting, creating goals and aggregating all your financial accounts in one place. Mint’s dashboard gives a quick summary of your personal finances at a glance.