You can see your financial accounts in one place, set budgets, and do more with your
money — for free. Mint does all the work of organizing and categorizing your spending for you. We support all major Canadian banks and accounts. And our award winning Mint app is available in the Canadian iPhone and Android app stores.
We've been a Money Top Pick, a PC
Magazine Editor's Choice, and we've won
awards from Kiplinger's, The Webby's,
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In five minutes or less, you'll have your financial accounts in one place. Mint automatically updates your information every night and categorizes the transactions for you.
See what's happening with your accounts in all major Canadian banks — including RBC, TD, Scotiabank, BMO and HSBC — at any moment of the day, online or with one of our free mobile apps. You'll have anytime access to the big picture and the small details.
Mint can create a budget based on your actual spending, or you can create your own. Track your spending, find places to cut back, and set realistic goals you can stick to. You'll be on track in no time.
Mint uses bank-level security and SSL
encryption to protect your data. And no
one — not even you — can move any funds
between or from any of your accounts
using Mint. Security is our first priority.
Mint saves you money by suggesting ways
to save that are personalized and objective,
from credit cards to life insurance to offers
from our partner ratesupermarket.ca.
You'll start saving money instantly.
Set up email alerts to help you avoid fees or
to warn you when you've spent more than
you planned. Plus Mint can alert you to
unusual charges in any of your accounts.
You'll always be up-to-date and in-the-know.
Does Mint support my Bank?
Mint supports most Canadian banks, including RBC, TD, Scotiabank, Bank of Montreal, HSBC, Canadian Tire, ING Direct Canada, American Express Canada, National Bank of Canada, Desjardins, Capital One, and many more.
Does Mint support French?
Nous sommes désolés, but not yet. Mint does support banks in Quebec, but we're still working on full French language support.
Is Mint secure?
Mint uses the same security practices that banks do, using 128-bit SSL encryption; no one can move your money in or out; we provide 24/7 monitoring of your account and alert you of any suspicious charges.
I use Mint now; how do I get the new Canadian features?
Already a Mint user and want access to Canadian-specific features, like Ways to Save? Simply sign up here and set your country selection to Canada.