I’ve used Microsoft Money and Quicken, but neither comes close to the ease and useability of Mint, a startup that tracks personal finances. Mint gives a “refreshing” way to managing your money through its ease-of-use and web2.0-ish design. Even their business model adds to the experience by showing you how much you would save by switching checking accounts, credit cards, etc, from which they take a cut. Mint has raised some $16.7 million in the past six months from Shasta Ventures and Benchmark Capital and signed up over 100,000 users. I think this one is a winner – hopefully it has staying power. The only problem is, now I know where I spend my money.