Author Topic: Alternatives to Personal Capital?  (Read 329 times)

La Bibliotecaria Feroz

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Alternatives to Personal Capital?
« on: August 10, 2019, 10:58:04 AM »
I've had Personal Capital for a long time, but it is just not pulling in enough information lately. It will get info from Ally, one of our two Vanguard accounts, and one retirement account. It will NOT talk to:
-My HSA
-My husband's previous 401(k)
-The other Vanguard account (it can only handle one)

I know, it's really only an extra minute every month to add it up, but I would love to see it in one place. Any recommendations?

Chris @ Saturday Financial

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Re: Alternatives to Personal Capital?
« Reply #1 on: August 10, 2019, 12:25:02 PM »
Mint.com is a free alternative.  Itís not nearly as good as Personal Capital for tracking investment growth or investment allocation.  But if all you want is to see the total account balances in one place, it will do the trick.

Mint.com is also great for tracking your expenses.