If some of my accounts (Dillard CC and Care Credit CC) do not link with mint, is there a way I can input the information manually? ie from a statement


Hi scoyle55,

Unfortunately, Mint is not designed to be used in this way; you typically cannot use Mint if you can't connect an account. While it isn't ideal, you could technically go to the Accounts section in the top right corner and add Other Property, and then put in the amount of the account/asset you wished to track, but bear in mind that doing this does not allow transaction data to be saved and the amount must be updated manually, and that this is not what Other Property is intended for (it is more for tracking assets like vehicles).

Remember that if you have an institution that Mint currently does not support, you can request it be added by following the instructions here: https://mint.lc.intuit.com/questions/940819-mint-faq-what-can-i-do-if-mint-com-does-not-support-my-b...

If the account is supported by Mint (indicated by being able to find it when searching for it during initial set up) but you cannot connect to it, please instead provide more details and we will do our best to assist you.

Lastly, if you are interested in tracking these accounts in a more suitable fashion than what has been presented above, you might find Quicken suits your needs better.

Let us know if you need any further assistance.

Mint Mike

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