Is there something better than Quicken that I could use on my Mac? (Part 2)

Episode 902 (1:49:03)

Fran from Los Angeles, CA
Mint.com

It's pretty clear that Intuit doesn't want to make Quicken anymore, but they did buy a company called Mint. This would tie into all of her accounts, and does all of the data entry automatically. Leo trusts it because it's owned by Intuit and the backend they use is a company called Yodlee, which is the same service that the banks use. So they already have her information anyway.