How can I remove accounts on this? I have 4 accounts connected to my key bank login, but only want 1 to be used on mint.

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You can't delete an account, but you can effectively "hide" it.  You can read the details for these functions in a prior similar answer:

It sounds like you have a Chase logon that shows multiple accounts in Mint and you want to exclude the account that's specifically for your husband's credit card, is that correct?  If so, you can't delete his account, but you can effectively hide it.  On the website, go to "Accounts", find the Chase institution box, open up the detail for your husband's account, and change the status from "Active" to "Closed", and then change to the "Hide" tab and change your husband's account from "Show" to "Hide from everywhere".

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