Charles Schwab checking account shows up as an investment account

It would be helpful if I had more control of how mint categorizes my accounts. I have a Charles Schwab high yield checking account, which for all functional purposes is my cash holdings. Additionally when I move to the investments tab this account messes with the way investments are displayed.

Anyone have any success with moving an account to a cash account?




Hello argus,

I'm sorry for any inconvenience caused by your Charles Schwab checking account showing up under Investments rather than Cash in Mint, I understand it's confusing to see something misclassified like that.  Unfortunately there is no way for you or I to manually adjust that sort of error, so please open a ticket using the Contact Mint form so our support team can further investigate and assist (or you can now get live support with our new Chat feature).

Jesse :man: 

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