Fidelity Core accounts showing settlements, causing double-entries
Fidelity accounts are showing double entries for every dollar drawn.
A Fidelity account technically contains 'FCASH' securities worth the equivalent of one dollar per; these are transparently exchanged for dollars whenever the customer withdraws dollars from their account.
Fidelity calls this second entry a 'settlement' or 'redemption into core account'. There's one entry per day. On their web site, settlements are hidden by default, and can be shown with a checkbox.
Mint Fidelity feeds look like this:
November 1, 2014
Cash Advance ATM -$120.00
Whole Foods -$11.05
Rent Landlord -$1800
REDEMPTION FROM CORE ACCOUNT $1931.05
Mint's budgets will show the $1931.05 as *income*, which it's not, and will show a break-even on the day, when in fact I *paid out* $1931.05 in total expenditures. The 'redemption' entry is an internal Fidelity transaction transparent to the user.
I suspect redemptions/settlements should be filtered completely out of Mint.