How can I resolve the issue I am having where my budgets and goals don't show up in my dashboard?

When I click the budgets tab, the loading ticker appears but the budgets never actually come up that I set up when I started my account. I created one goal but when I click on that tab, I also cannot see it. 



Thank you for your prompt response as well. Since you're experiencing this issue on the computer a few troubleshooting steps should resolve the issue.
1. clear your cache and cookies
2. make sure you're java/flash are up-to-date. 
3. make sure your browsers are up-to-date (Mint only supports the latest 2 versions of each browser)

If after you've checked everything you're still experiencing the issue, please reach out to our Chat team during available hours so they can look further into what the issue may be. You can also open a ticket by filling out our Contact Mint form.


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