December 01, 2010

Intuit Inc. rolled out a country-specific edition of online personal financial management site today in Canada. It's the first Mint edition tailored to a specific country outside of the United States.

Available to Canadians through, the site allows users to monitor activity, track spending and set financial goals across accounts with a number of Canada's banks.

"Canadians are global leaders when it comes to the use of online banking, social media and other online activities, so bringing to Canada was a natural next step," said Aaron Patzer, general manager and vice president of Intuit Personal Finance and founder of "A uniquely Canadian version of Mint will help Canadians make informed decisions as they plan their financial lives."