How track cash withdraw from one account and deposit to another?

I withdraw cash from one bank account and then deposit it to another bank (different bank) account every month. How should I track this in Mint?

Also, I don't want to show as income twice (but rather a transfer between accounts).

Note: There is no way to transfer money between these accounts online unfortunately so is why I am having to do it in cash.


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Hello kevmichwilson,

For Mint's purposes, you can mark the transactions as 'transfer' so they will not be included in Budgets or Trends, because moving money from one account to another does not affect your budgets in Mint, so it shouldn't be included in any budget, but categorized as 'transfer'. You will see the transfer in transactions, but again, not in budgets or trends.


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