I have a number of accounts of which I have a partial or fractional ownership. I need a way to allocate investments and loans to myself for partnerships.

This seems an easy addition to the account: "Do you have a partial ownership in this account?" If yes, then enter a percentage that gets multiplied by the total. This would allow the account to be updated automatically. I have too many accounts to update manually on a regular basis - that is the point of Mint, right?!?! 

Please add as a requested feature. Thank you.

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I like the idea, although it's probably more complicated to implement than you think and doing so, might be very inefficient for the 99% of accounts that would be set to 100%.

I only have a couple of these kinds of accounts, and I account for them by adding a manual account with a negative balance that accounts for what I don't own.  For example, say there's a bank account for the partnership that has a balance of $5000 and I own a 20% share.  I'd add a manual account that has a value of -$4000, so when the Net Worth is calculated, these two accounts net to show +$1000.  I do have to manually update the values a couple of times per month to keep it accurate though.

A more feasible feature addition might be to allow a manual account to be auto-updated as a percentage of another account.  This would be similar to the way you can currently associate a real estate account with a mortgage account.  This doesn't help with splitting transaction data, but it wouldn't require a change to every single account and it wouldn't affect anyone that doesn't have any partnership-type accounts.

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