Is it possible to edit the add date to your automobile asset?

I recently deleted and added a vehicle asset for a car I purchased back in 2012. As a result my networth trend over time became messed up and shows up that I have a huge $14K increase this month instead of starting in 2012 when I bought the car and took out the auto loan.

There should be a feature to adjust the "add date" for the asset so you can match to the month you take the debt againt the purchase.  

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Anon,

Unfortunately there is no way to adjust the start date for automobiles (or other property) added in Mint, I apologize for any inconvenience this causes.  However I do see how it could be beneficial, and I have tagged this post as a feature request so the developers can see it for future consideration.

Regards,
Jessie

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