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Sams Teach Yourself Mint.com in 10 Minutes by James Floyd Kelly

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LESSON 3. Credit Cards

In this lesson, you learn how to link up credit cards to your Mint.com account. You also learn how to use Mint.com to view account information on credit cards and other types of accounts.

Your Credit Card(s)

In Lesson 1, “Mint.com Overview,” you created your Mint.com account and were asked to make an initial link to either a bank account (checking or savings) or a credit card. You may have chosen to add a credit card at that time, so feel free to skip this first section and jump to the “View Credit Card Details” section.

However, if you added a checking or savings account initially, you likely do not have a credit card linked to your Mint.com account yet. Figure 3.1 shows the Overview page with the Credit Card category ...

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