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Is there a Mint.com substitute for Canada?

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Any of these services handle BMO, MBNA, Questrade, and Citi? Mythical creature, this.
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Jan 1, 2007
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I think I already posted it somewhere, but www.optimize.ca should have all Canadian accounts set up and running in a month time or even less (same as mint, but better). When I spoke to them, they said they would even support credit unions, just doing final touches right now. They currently have only few tools running, but mutual fund "instant saving" is a great tool (I used it a lot this month). Can't wait for the other tools.
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So besides the one that is coming in the next month, what site works with pc?
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scouzer wrote: Any of these services handle BMO, MBNA, Questrade, and Citi? Mythical creature, this.

mint and yodlee both support BMO.
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GuessKto wrote: I think I already posted it somewhere, but www.optimize.ca should have all Canadian accounts set up and running in a month time or even less (same as mint, but better). When I spoke to them, they said they would even support credit unions, just doing final touches right now. They currently have only few tools running, but mutual fund "instant saving" is a great tool (I used it a lot this month). Can't wait for the other tools.

no mobile app makes me sad
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Feb 19, 2009
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thegradas wrote: And works great!

Just throwing it out there that I haven't been able to get it to work with my RBC accounts. It keeps telling me to visit the Royal Bank website to update some information with my bank. There is nothing to update. RBC can't or won't help me and Mint.com doesn't know what the issue is, so for now its no good.
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Same issue as the above but with BMO. I have TD, ING, CIBC and they all work fine. Even paypal does. But mint has a problem with BMO and for me it looks like its specifically because my mutual funds accounts is consolidate with my online banking acct.
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is there a current/active list of all institutions supported by each of the aggregaor sites?
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i think it's safer and easier to consolidate all my finances with one institution.
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Since their latest website update last week, ING Direct no longer works with Mint.

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