Author Topic: Honeydue...have any couples tried it as an alternative to Mint?  (Read 1589 times)

SecondHalf

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We are finally planning to make the plunge to more efficiently manage/monitor our cash flow (money coming in & going out) with a cloud application.  Mint and Personal Capital seem to be the leaders in this space.  For our near-term needs (& level of uneasiness with security, which will limit the number of accounts we include), Mint appears to be the best fit for us.  However, I came across a new app called Honeydue that is like Mint, but geared towards couples.  Has anyone tried it and if so, how do you like/ dislike it?

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Re: Honeydue...have any couples tried it as an alternative to Mint?
« Reply #1 on: August 25, 2017, 09:27:03 PM »
We use YNAB.  Tried personal capital and wasn't a big fan, plus it didn't integrate well with a bank I use.  YNAB integrates far better with everything that I have.  But we mainly picked it because of the built-in budgeting system that replaced my complicated budgets. 

We like it pretty well.  It has a few quirks, but overall, it's working.