Windows Phone app crashing when loading budgets

My wife and I have been experiencing issues since the last update which made the Mint app universal for for Windows devices. Like a few others I've seen on the Mint help forums I'm unable to view my budgets page (crashes the app immediately and is displaying the value incorrectly) and the net worth is adding assets and debts together rather than subtracting them.

I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling the app with no luck. I've confirmed the problem is not present on the Windows 8.1 app on my Surface 2 tablet as well as my desktop PC. I'm currently using a Nokia Lumia 928 running 8.10.14219.341. My wife's HTC 8X also has the same errors however I don't have her phone here to confirm her OS version.

Thanks in advance for your help, I love the service and have been able to work around this problem but a resolution would be very helpful.

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https://mint.lc.intuit.com/questions/1243928-discontinuing-the-windows-phone-app?jump_to=answer_2753...

Support for the Windows Store environment has been canceled, so I wouldn't expect any correction to the bug.  I would recommend against uninstalling as you won't be able to reinstall the app either.

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