Lady Liberty is depicted with twists in her hair.
Everyone's different. Different personalities. Different goals. As with everything else, having a healthy financial life can look different for everyone. To find the budget style that's best for you, start by writing down all the elements of your finances:
Stare debt in the face and be honest with yourself. You shouldn't be ashamed of once being in debt, it happens to the best of us. So why do people fall into debt?
See Mint.com's infographic below below to find out just how fat Fat Tuesday really is: Fat Tuesday, or Mardi Gras, may be
Though the European debt crisis has in recent months revolved a small number of countries, most prominently Greece and Italy
The claim was later refuted by ProPublica, but not after the company decided to aggressively defend its image, even creating
Congress, the White House and various political onlookers have been debating the seriousness of the U.S. debt ceiling and
Let's face it, "the talk" is awkward for everyone: You, picturing your parents at your age; your parents trying to cover all the bases. You know we're talking about the "money talk," right?
Mint.com was born in early 2006 out of my frustration with existing personal finance tools. Since age 15, I had used tools
Oh, yes. Apparently Denver is one of the American cities most addicted to "designer" coffee -- the kind that they sell at
Thanks to inflation, what cost just a buck in 2000 would cost $1.27 today. Happily, the price of some products has not kept
Google is now inviting everyone in the United States to use Google Voice. Users get a single number that syncs to all of their phones and voicemail that works a lot like email.
Mint's sample may not be representative of the country, but it's corroborated by other data, including the Fed's, which showed
Her claim to fame: She founded alice + olivia, a wildly successful women's clothing line, which brings in a reported $50
Mint.com has organized a fascinating graphic that describes who in America gives, how much, and where. It's got some statistics
According to the calculations compiled by Mint, that $1 trillion could also fund the military of all the NATO countries combined