Budgeting error over $115000

My budget has gone haywire.  Over 115,000 has been added to my budget, and has been divided among all of my categories. I've tried to figure out what is going on, but I can't figure it out. Please help.  I rely on mint for my. Budgeting, but now everything is incorect. Thanks.


Hi snoz4343,

Unfortunately we're not able to see your financial information so it's tricky to troubleshoot what might have happened here. However, I do know that budgets function entirely on transactions and the categories they're placed in. Click on the name of a budget and it should show you all the transactions going into it. See if you can find any erroneous transaction information, and review carefully your transaction history.

It may also be a temporary technical error. Try logging out and remaining off the account for 24 hours and come back to it, but if even then the situation does not improve, you will need to reach out to our technical support for further assistance. So that we can better assist in that 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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