Where are my accounts and how do I get them back in the overview?

My overview is showing that I have only one account.  The sidebar shows 18 accounts.  Please explain how to view all my accounts.



Hi paulwreese,

I'm sorry that you're not seeing all of your accounts in the Overview of Mint, that is unusual and I understand your confusion.  The reason you're not seeing them there is that they are set to be hidden everywhere, you will need to un-Hide them (or change it to only Budgets & Trends) to see them in the Overview section.  These settings are found by going to Accounts (like the 2nd screenshot you posted) and then going to the Hide tab all the way to the right of that box.


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