I changed a category for a transaction from "income" to a custom category "money from family" and the now that entire transaction is missing.

I did a search for "income", "family" and "money" and the transaction still doesn't appear. I look in my list of transactions and it doesn't appear there anymore either. I added a budget for my new category and that budget is empty. Where did that transaction go?


Hi kristenanncarter,

I know it can be confusing when something like this occurs. I pushed a refresh on the account to try and bring in missing transactions. I would also clear your cookies and cache from your browser and log in again.

If the transaction is still missing after this, please Contact Mint support so our technical support team can investigate this issue.

Mint Mike

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