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So I've seen some of my US associates talk up the benefits of Mint.com, which can read your bank account and lay out all your ins and outs in several forms so you can get a feel for what your expenses truly are, and I was interested in doing the same. However Googling was unclear about whether Mint.com would work with my UK bank account, so I looked elsewhere for other sources, and a couple sprang to my attention:
- moneydashboard.com, seems to be the most Mint-esque.
- moneydance.com, an application rather than an online service, it seems to claim to be able to access my account all the same to provide similar services.
Has anybody had any experience with either of these, or with a different option I haven't considered, ideally accessible from both PC and Android phone? I'm trying to take the understanding of my finances to the next level. I'm not living hand to mouth - right now roughly 30-40% of my paycheck makes it to the end of the month - but I figured being able to get a better picture of it would improve my retention rate.