They have just about every bank, credit card company, and investment broker imaginable.

It’s an inherently good concept and very well executed.

It was created by Intuit, the same company that created Quicken. Like Quicken, it tries to manage all aspects of your finances–from your budget to your debt to your investments. It’s bad in that there are more specific tools on the market that may do certain jobs better.

For example, if your primary goal is to track investments, then Personal Capital is by far the better choice.

And if all you want to do is track a budget, YNAB may be the better choice.

Update 12/18/17: Capital One continues to block all access to aggregation; we're continuing to work with them to resolve this, however, we have no updates for resolution from Capital One at this time.

Capital One's websites are currently offline, which is preventing Quicken users from adding, updating, or editing their accounts with Capital One financial institutions.

Capital One has now restored Express Web Connect service but customers may still experience errors during high usage times.

If you encounter an error while trying to download from Capital One, our best advice right now is to try again during a lower usage time—for example in the evening.

Mint or Personal Capital: Which Is Better for Managing Your Money?

To begin, simply create a Mint account (it’s free).

Separately, we are also working on a new API-based solution for Capital One, to be made available through Quicken in 2018.