Can you please add support for linking my 401k through ADP? The link is there, but I am unable to sign in using my correct username and password.

This is critical for tracking both my short term budgeting and long term goals.  The retirement calculator doesn't work correctly without this information.  Thank you.

I should have been more clear.  Mint has the URL for ADP ( adp retirement services - public ISI login) but my login doesn't work. I saw other users have the same issue as recent as this month and were told to have more people request help so not would be fixed.  To clarify,  my username and password are correct and work when I login outside of Mint using the link referenced above.  I have tried several times to edit my login credentials and keep getting the same response that there is a problem with my login.

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I should have been more clear.  Mint has the URL for ADP ( adp retirement services - public ISI login) but my login doesn't work. I saw other users have the same issue as recent as this month and were told to have more people request help so not would be fixed.  To clarify,  my username and password are correct and work when I login outside of Mint using the link referenced above.  I have tried several times to edit my login credentials and keep getting the same response that there is a problem with my login.
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