Mint not updating
Being able to track a recurring expense is a feature that Toshl Finance does offer.
The tradeoff is that Toshl isn’t as slick, and has a heavier slant on budgeting, which was not something I was looking for.
There’s even the option to let any unused money in a budget to roll over to the next week or month.
There’s greater flexibility with categorizing within Toshl: you can create all the categories to your heart’s content, though some users may prefer a preset number of choices.
This article was posted on Fri, 0000It is now possible to upgrade Linux Mint 19 (or 19.1) to version 19.2.
With a pro account, there are options to export your financial data in more formats, as well as more budgeting options.
It is currently priced at .99 monthly or .99 for the year.
Toshl is available on the web for both account types, in a similar way that users can access Mint via web or app.
When I start Mint the 'lock 'shows open - indicating 19 updates being available.
When I try to check for updates, it blinks & then indicates - 'your system is up to date'.