Why does the custom APR under the pay off credit card debt goal limit date on promotional APR expiration date?

I have 36 month no interest financing on a credit card, and the promotional APR limits me to selecting an expiration date in either 2015 or 2016. Obviously promotional APR's often extend longer than a year and a half, why the limit? Can this be corrected so that payment plan calculations are accurate and optimal?



I'm sorry for any inconvenience caused by the current APR limitations in Goals, I know it's disappointing when a feature of Mint doesn't fit your situation.  While it's likely this can be changed, I can't say for sure and unfortunately it's not something I have access to doing myself.  However I will tag this post as a feature request so the developers can see it for future consideration.


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