How do I connect/associate a cash withdrawal from chequing to a cash deposit on my visa?

I withdrew money and walked to over to the other bank to pay my visa (so there's no delay).  It shows immediately in my chequing account transactions but the only category I can assign it to is 'credit card payment'.  I would like to associate it with the visa I paid that that it reduces the balance rather than waiting until that transaction is eventually posted on my credit card.  If that's not possible does the app make the connection between the $500 w/d and the $500 deposit?


Hi radikt3,

You can't force a transaction to post earlier when it is pending - you could add it manually as a cash transaction, but this will likely result in duplicate transactions that you would have to mark as duplicates anyway, and not save you any effort.

Your best option is to wait for it to post normally. In most cases, the application will be able to tell that it was a transfer and categorize it as such. This way, it will not impact your budgets and trends negatively. If it does not, you can always change the category yourself on the Transactions page by clicking the category and making the proper adjustment.

Let us know if you need any further assistance.

Mint Mike

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