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Anyone ever hear of or use mint.com for budgeting?

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I just recently started using mint.com for budgeting my money and wonder if anyone else has. I wasnt comfortable with the fact that they needed my user I.D and password for my accounts but they state that they can only read the info from my account and not touch or move. They use the same security that Turbo tax uses and others so so far so good. Great program I might add , worth lookin into and cant find any scam complaints online. Share anything you may have heard please and thanks!
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It looks like it's owned by the same company that owns Quicken and Turbo Tax. It might be worth a look.
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