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Vince Maniago

Group Product Manager

Mint

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Mint

6010 W Pico Blvd

Los Angeles, California,90035

United States

Company Description

Mint.com is a leading online personal finance software service from Intuit Inc. (Nasdaq:INTU), providing over 3 million users a fresh, easy and intelligent way to manage their money. And it's free. Launched in September 2007, Mint.com has quickly grown to trac... more

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Vince Maniago, group product manager at Mint, gave Mashable some simple advice for getting your personal finances into gear.
"An emergency fund is the cornerstone of having a good personal finance portfolio," Maniago says.


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"It's really the only way to live a healthy financial life and maintain adequate retirement savings," says Vince Maniago, a budgeting expert and group product manager for the personal finance website Mint (mint.com).
"About 90% of our users reduce discretionary spending once they see where their money is going," Maniago says. Maniago suggests reviewing the interest rates on each of your credit cards and, if possible, transferring balances to lower-rate accounts. Likewise, refinancing your mortgage to take advantage of low interest rates may save you hundreds of dollars a month. Save for Emergencies An unexpected medical bill or house repair can quickly throw a wrench into a budgeting plan. Maniago suggests preparing for these unforeseen setbacks by building an emergency fund large enough to cover living expenses for three to six months. "It buffers your finances if a catastrophe strikes," he says. "Don't be tempted to just put it on a credit card," Maniago says. Estimate expenses in advance, including airfare, meals and hotel fees. "Everyone should know how much they spend and what they spend it on," Maniago says.


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Vince Maniago, group product manager at Mint, gave Mashable some simple advice for getting your personal finances into gear.
"An emergency fund is the cornerstone of having a good personal finance portfolio," Maniago says. "It can isolate you from financial catastrophe in the event of a medical emergency or needing to quickly change your housing situation. Know what you're going to do in the event of an emergency and figure out how much you have to get going toward an emergency fund." Next, Maniago says, "Start to get an idea of where your money is going," from necessities like rent and food to "discretionary categories" like clothing and entertainment. Then, "set up actionable goals," like financing a wedding or saving for retirement, "and start saving toward those goals." "One thing that a young person needs to weigh is how much money they are able to put towards their retirement, especially if they're able to take advantage of a 401(k)," Maniago says.


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Behavioral economics in product design. - Vince Maniago of Mint.com
Budgets are like diets and exercise, good for you to start but a pain to keep on track. How do you re-engage on-boarded users work towards their goals without sounding like a nag. Vince has uncovered some not-so-rational results on what behavior drives real action and will talk about how he applied these principles in product design.


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Vince Maniago, product manager at Mint, told VentureBeat, "There are now 12...


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