Intuit Reveals New and Improved Mint Simulation

September 21, 2022

Intuit is excited to announce a new and improved Mint Simulation! The current Mint simulation will still work to give you time to change your curriculum and/or update your websites and activities. See below for highlights.


We have created a “one-stop-shop” for all things Mint. Students will still be helping Isaiah with his personal finances through five key simulations: Intro activity, Budgeting (coming soon), Credit Reports and Scores, Comparing Savings, and Comparing Credit Cards.  

Key Feature Changes

  1. Logging In: Students upon logging in they will no longer need to connect to Isaiah’s Bank of Intuit Account or his Credit Score. This is all done manually on the backend.
  2. Activities: Each question is now validated and students cannot progress through the simulation without getting the questions correct.
  3. Quiz/Assessments: At the end of each activity students are prompted to take a quiz.
  4. Progress Bar: At the top of each activity and on the homepage students can track their progress.

Get Started

  1. The new URL link is:
  2. Curriculum Orientation – Guide to set up your account
  3. Curriculum Overview – Directions for teachers & students, K-12 standards
  4. Video – video demo to set up your account


Many students don’t have the skills they need to prosper in the 21st century. Intuit Education is committed to helping students develop the skills they need to be prepared for jobs in an innovation economy. We do this through real-world tools like TurboTax, Mint, and QuickBooks, as well as our design thinking methodology called Design for Delight. They help students build confidence to live the lives they want, and they help Intuit fulfill its mission of powering prosperity around the world.

Discussion Questions

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Classroom Connection

Career CLuster:

Personal Financial Literacy

Instructional Area(s):

Personal Finance

Performance Indicators:

Explain how a borrower’s credit score can impact their cost of credit and their ability to get credit
Compare the effects of using debit versus credit cards to make purchases
Identify their short-term and long-term financial goals
Create a budget that includes expenses and savings out of a given amount of income
Identify personal goals for spending and saving
Identify the main factors that are included in credit score calculations