Why is my auto loan displaying under Property? It should be under Loans. It's frustrating that I can't even put them in correct categories.

I want to change the category of my auto loan from Property to Loans category. Right now my Loan shows $0 when I have a car which I added manually from Other Property. 


Hi farhandchaudhary7,

I understand it can be confusing when a conflict like this occurs. You'll want to go to the Accounts link at the top of the page when signed into Mint, and find the account in question. See if you can locate a dropdown to change the account type, and change it to the correct type.

There may be cases where this option is not available; either the account type you want doesn't show, or the dropdown isn't there at all. Unfortunately in this case, you will need to contact support as Mint is not reading the account data correctly. If this ends up being the case, please use the Contact Mint support form or use our chat option from the Support page (appears during business hours only, 5-5 Pacific Mon-Fri) so our support team can gather data about your specific situation, communicate with you directly and further assist you.

Mint Mike

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