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Intuit offers two programs to help you manage your finances and build financial health: Mint helps you effortlessly manage your finances, all in one place, and Turbo helps you build a financial health profile based on your verified IRS-filed income, credit score, and debt-to-income ratio.


Regular full-time or part-time employees.

How It Works

How to Enroll

Sign up for Mint now.

To start using Turbo, download the app through App Store or Google Play

How to Get Started


Mint can help you:

  • Easily create budgets, and get suggestions based on your spending.
  • Track and pay your bills like never before. Plus, get alerts and schedule payments on the spot.
  • Find out your credit score for free and get tips to help improve it—no credit card required.


Turbo allows you to build a financial-health profile based on your verified IRS-filed income, credit score, and debt-to-income ratio.

With Turbo, you can get:

  • Explanations to help you better understand your credit score and insights to help you improve it (checking your credit with Turbo does not affect your credit score)
  • Easy-to-read TransUnion credit reports with full details on credit card usage, payment history, average age of credit, total accounts, credit inquiries, derogatory marks, and more
  • Your debt-to-income ratio, a key financial indicator that shows if you’re living within your means
  • Customized tips based on your tax and credit data to help you improve your numbers, pay off your debts sooner, and save and grow your money

Common Questions

How do I sign up for Mint? Sign up for Mint now.
How do I get started using Turbo? Download the Turbo app through App Store or Google Play.

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