I'm unable to manually add prior transactions (same year, 2015) into my bank account

I'm unable to manually add prior transactions (same year, 2015) into my bank account.

I've tried using the format Jan 1, 01/01/15, 01/01/015, 1/1/15, 1/1/2015, etc. as suggested in the community forum.  

It does allow me to enter it as a CASH transaction, but I would like to manually enter (or import) all transactions for 2015 into each checking & savings account.  

Am I missing something?  Or does MINT only allow you to go back 3 months and that's it?  With no manual entry?


As far as I've seen, you cannot add a manual final transaction for any account other than cash.  Pendings can be added in other accounts, but only for a short while (back a couple of weeks) and they may or may not ever get turned into final transactions.

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