Exporting data from Mint

You can export your transactions from Mint into a CSV format which you can import into Monarch in comma-separated value (CSV) format. This can be helpful if you are considering Monarch as a Mint alternative and need to move your data over. 

You can also use our Mint Data Exporter Chrome Extension. Read more about this beta extension here

Please Note: It is not possible to undo a CSV import, so please take care to double check you are importing the correct file.

To export data from Mint: 

  1. Sign in to Mint.com
  2. Select the Transactions tab
  3. (Optional) You can apply filters by clicking on the Filters button if you only want to export a subset of your data. If you want to export it all, skip this step.
  4. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click the link on the left labeled "Export X transactions". This will download a spreadsheet of transaction data. (Alternatively, you can also click the gear icon on the top left of your transaction list, which should have an "Export" option as well).

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Mint CSV Export Format

Mint's export format looks like the following and includes each transaction's date, description, original description, amount, transaction type (debit or credit), category, account name, and any labels or notes.

Date

Description

Original Description

Amount

Transaction Type

Category

Account Name

Labels

Notes

9/07/2022

PELOTON  MEMBERSHIP

PELOTON  MEMBERSHIP

44.00

debit

Gym

Bank of America Checking Account

 

 

 

Mint Alternatives

If you're considering moving from Mint to an alternative, Monarch Money offers a fast and beautiful user experience, new features released every month, customer support communication and no ads. Join thousands of people switching to Monarch. Best of all, Monarch offers you a way to move your data from Mint into Monarch.

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