Vanguard investment account has vanished from Mint. I have not changed settings in either Mint or Vanguard and presume the problem is at your end.

One of my four Vanguard accounts has disappeared from Mint. I have not made any changes to Mint or Vanguard, and the account still correctly appears on Vanguard. The account name in Vanguard is Thomas W Trigg—SEP IRA. I presume the problem is in the interaction between Mint and Vanguard, but if I can provide you with any additional information, please let me know. Otherwise, I will simply wait for the problem to be corrected. 


Hi Thomas,

I know it can be confusing when you see an account in on your banks webpage, but it doesn't appear in Mint. it looks like you have 5 accounts connected with Mint and 2 of them are hidden from everywhere. So the 4th account probably got hidden. In order to unhide it,

1.Click Accounts at the top of our screen
2. Click the Hide tab
3. Select Show for the account that is hidden. 

Then you should be able to see the account in your account overview page. 


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