September 2014 missing from transactions

I am missing all my September transactions for 2014 (which I need for tax reasons).  Is there any way to get them reloaded or added some how?

Answer

Generally no.  Only if your institution is still showing those transactions from September in the default view (as in you don't have to specify dates to be able to get those transactions to show).  Most institutions will only show a month or two maybe three if you're lucky in the default view.

If you want to be able to use it for the same purpose next year, you'll want to check in on Mint at least once a month to make sure that transactions get pulled properly on a regular basis.

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