how can a change an old transaction from expense to credit?


Hello jerry,

I apologize for any inconvenience, but there is not any way to change any transaction from an expense to income.  If there is a transaction that was pulled in from your bank that is incorrect and is less than 90 days old, please use the I have a problem with transactions topic in the Contact Mint form to open a ticket so our support team can further investigate and assist.

However if you are referring to a manually-entered cash transaction, you still cannot change it from expense to income, but you can simply delete the incorrect transaction and re-enter it.  I hope this helps, but if I misunderstood or can otherwise assist any further, please comment below with more details.

Jesse :man:

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