Mint vs. Personal Capital vs. GrowthAdvisor: Which Is Better for Building Wealth?

Looking for the best online financial advising tool to help you build wealth? Look no further.

There are three tools we recommend, including our own (we’ll explain why later).

But first, let’s talk about your goals.

Do you have Employee Stock Options?

If you have Employee Stock Options and are looking to maximize your earnings, then GrowthAdvisor is for you.

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Our tool is designed to make Employee Stock Options easy.

You don’t have to be a financial expert. We’re your friendly automated CFO. We crunch the numbers for you, so you don’t have to.

Do you have $300K+ to invest?

If you have $300K+ and are looking for the best tool to help you invest it and manage it, then Mint or Personal Capital are your best choices.

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Both Mint and Personal Capital help you invest and manage your wealth.

You can see all your money in one place. Both tools function as Robo-advisors. And because they’re free, they offer you financial services of the advertisers.

Ready to decide?

Let’s drill into details on why choose one tool over another.

Why choose GrowthAdvisor?

We built GrowthAdvisor for you.

Our mission is to make earning more with Employee Stock Options easy. We want to empower you with data to help you grow your wealth.

OUR HISTORY:

GrowthAdvisor was founded by Bryan Starbuck in 2019.

Since our launch, we’ve crunched data from over 800,000 companies. And we’re adding more companies every day.

Why is this important? Because picking the right company can make you up to $1MM in stocks. And picking the wrong company can make you only $50K or even less. (Or, picking the right company but not getting the right amount of employee stock options.)

Want to try it? Just enter the name of your current company or the name of the company you want to work for and watch the magic happen.

GrowthAdvisor will give you the map of your future career and the amount of money you could be making. It’ll all depend on the choices you’ll make along the way.

Our features:

Company Ratings:

  • Get access to real-time market data;

  • Compare valuations of over 800,000 companies;

  • Negotiation Tutorial:

  • Learn how and when to negotiate;

  • Use our simple step-by-step Negotiation Chart.

Wealth Guide:

  • Put your money growth on autopilot;

  • Compare probable company valuations up to 10 years into the future;

  • Estimate and compare company exit scenarios;

  • Estimate your Employee Stock Options earnings;

  • Plan your Life Path & Choices to help you take the next steps;

Ready to give us a try? Get started here.

Why choose Mint?

Here’s what Mint says:

“Mint is versatile enough to help anyone’s money make sense without much effort. There’s no wrong way to use it, and nothing to lose getting started. You’ll be surprised how life-changing something so simple can be.”

MINT’S HISTORY:

Mint was founded in 2006 and bought by Intuit in 2009.

With Mint, you can view all your accounts in one place. That includes checking, saving, investing, credit cards, loans, and more.

Mint has more than 10 million active users who do more than 250 billion transactions per year.

Mint’s features:

  • Bill Tracking

  • Budgeting

  • Budget Categorization

  • Free Credit Score

  • Alerts & Reminders

  • Investment Portfolio Tracking

  • Multi-Factor Authentication
    Want to give it a try? Get started here.

Why choose Personal Capital?

Here’s what Personal Capital says:

“Every investor is unique. That’s why we offer access to registered financial advisors, along with free tools, to help you build a personalized portfolio.”

PERSONAL CAPITAL’S HISTORY:

Bill Harris, Rob Foregger, Louie Gasparini and Paul Bergholm founded Personal Capital in 2011.

With Personal Capital you can manage your net worth, investments, and retirement plans.

Personal Capital has more than 2 million users and over $9 billion in assets.

Personal Capital’s features:

  • Wealth Management
  • Cash Management

  • Investment Checkup

  • Retirement Planner

  • Fund Allocation

  • Net Worth Calculator

  • Fee Analyzer

Want to give it a try? Get started here.

Final Thoughts

While it’s important you choose the right tool to help you build your wealth, it’s more important to be clear about your goals. You want to maximize your earnings. So don’t spend too much time researching and deciding. Invest your time and energy into making your money work for you, and let the tool help you along.

So, why choose GrowthAdvisor? Because we’re not only a great supplement to Mint and Personal Capital. We also address a specific case that’s not handled in any meaningful way (if at all) by any other financial planner. And this case can have a very big impact on your financial future.

Ready to give us a try? Get started here.

Questions? Email our team at support@growthadvisorhq.com

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