Now that Mint/Intuit has acquired Check/pageonce and turned it into Mint Bills will the accounts link together?

I ask because Check can and does access Retireonline (formerly JP Morgan retirement services) and like many have said over the years, it would be nice to have my retirement account connected.



Unfortunately, I have no information on when/if the databases for Mint and Mint Bills will be linked/integrated.  While both are part of Mint and owned by Intuit, Mint and Mint Bills are currently separate products with separate databases and support teams.  They use different methods of gathering information from your account, so an account that is compatible with one might not be compatible with the other right now. 

However, since it doesn't appear that is currently supported in Mint, you can request it be added (if you haven't already).  You can do this with the link that appears under the search results when looking for a bank to add in Mint, or with the Contact Mint form:


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