Can I change the date of an asset under "other property" if I want to show the property was purchased in the past?

I purchased an engagement ring in August of 2015. I went to add it a few days ago, but noticed I could not supply a date. When viewing my trends, it appears as if my net-worth dips by the cost of the ring until October, when it suddenly increases back to normal.

Other posters have requested this feature. If it isn't being prioritized, can someone at Mint please manually change the added date?



Hi jaradsw,

Unfortunately we don't have the ability to make the change requested, at least from the community forum. I'll tag your post and add it to the users requesting this. Our technical team may be able to assist with this, or at least pass your feedback along if they cannot, if you use the Contact Mint support form or use our chat option from the Support page during business hours (unavailable during the weekend).  I apologize for any trouble this has caused.

Mint Mike

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