NTT’s Mint Finance (NYSE: MSN) says it will launch a new “financial wellness program” in the US on March 31.
It will offer a $50 discount on all transactions and offer a variety of ways to track and track your finances.NTT says it’s launching the program in collaboration with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau.
The bureau and CFPB are two agencies that will provide oversight to Mint Finance.
The Mint Finance program, called Mint Smart, will provide an alternative to paying fees on consumer financial accounts or mortgages.
Mint Finance will also provide an interactive dashboard for users to track their financials and access free financial services from Mints advisors.
Mint Smart will also offer financial literacy training for customers.
The program is part of NTT “empowering the consumer” initiative, which will also include financial wellness training for its consumer customers.
Mint said it will offer an in-person financial wellness seminar in the U.S. and offer financial wellness seminars in other countries.
NTT said it is not offering financial wellness services outside the U-S.
Nissan says the Mint Financial wellness program will be available on all Nissan products from the 2017 model year through 2021.
The program will offer $50 cash back on all purchases and will provide financial monitoring tools to help you keep track of your spending and your credit scores.
The bank says the program will provide a “complete financial wellness experience,” including an interactive financial dashboard, a financial literacy seminar, financial literacy classes, and access to a wealth of financial resources.
“We believe that the best way to empower consumers is through personalized and tailored products that enable them to better understand their financial circumstances and what they can do about it,” said Scott Flanders, executive vice president, finance and banking, Nissan North America.
“Nissan is a leader in delivering financial wellness solutions that are relevant and tailored to their unique needs.”
Nissan also says Mint will offer financial tools to assist with the process of making decisions about financial matters.
Mint will also assist customers in making their financial decisions and help them keep track and manage their financial accounts, including mortgage, credit cards, and auto loans.
Mint says it is working with the consumer credit bureau to help consumers and their advisors make the right decisions about what to spend and save for.
NTD Financial says Mint is a leading financial advisor, and its advisors offer a comprehensive, comprehensive range of financial advice.NTS Financial will also be offering Mint’s “Finance Smart” for a $25 credit card rebate on purchases.NTD Financial also says it plans to launch Mint’s financial wellness products at dealerships and in-store locations.