Do you have a feature on Mint or do you have a separate product that would be able to identify taxable items, so that I can readily identify them at the end of the year?

I would like to know if there is a feature or tag on Mint, or some other program that links to Mint that can mark items or identify categories that are or might be able to be tax deductible at the end of the year.  If you have such a feature or product does it link with Turbotax so I can import this information when I file my taxes at the end of the year.  And beyond that, is there a way to upload receipts, and attach them to certain bills that I have? Or would it be possible to breakdown certain bills into separate budget categories as I see fit.  A perfect example would be a Wal-mart bill.  I have expenses for pet food, then some for kids entertainment, groceries, and misc expenses all on one bill. If you could get back to me on these matters with possible solutions that you provide or alternatives that I might look into, that would be much appreciated.  Thank you.

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