some of my transactions are not showing up in budgets

I have some transactions, all from the same Virgin America Credit card, which have the correct categories assigned to them in transactions. But, they are NOT showing up in the budgets for those categories. Why?

For Example, there's a transaction for 25 dollars labeled "groceries", but my march budget for Groceries still says Zero.

There are 4 or 5 transactions like this.

Answer

Hello chelsea.clarke,

If you assign a transaction to a category but do not have a specific, separate budget for that category Mint will put it into  Everything Else. Another possibility is that your cache is remembering the old data, so you might want to clear cookies and cache. If these do not work, Contact Mint for assistance at https://www.mint.com/help/#more-help

Thanks!

Mint Maggie


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