I have issue with AON, the retirement account. It seems that the link to the site has been updated by AON. How can I make change in Mint?

It seems that I need to update the website address in MINT.  But I don't know how to do it.  The only things I can update for now are the user ID and password.

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FYI, this is a public community board, and I'm only a community member like you.

Try this: https://mint.lc.intuit.com/questions/1223445

See this for a collection of several known company ID's: 

If your company uses Hewitt to service your 401k (your login shortcut URL looks something like: "https://resources.hewitt.com/yourcompanyname/"), then to add the "Aon Hewitt" account, you need to find your company's Client ID.  After logging in, you can find the Client ID by searching the URL for "clntId=xxxxx" where "xxxxx" would be your company's Client ID.  Alternately, you can look for a link that mentions "Mint" (see the screenshots).

If your usual username was "user123" and your company's Client ID was "55555", the username you need to use would be "user123-55555" along with your password as is.  Although I didn't have to do this, I saw several comments suggesting using an all-caps version of your username, so it would be "USER123-55555" for my example.

From this and other threads, I also noticed the following Client ID's already posted:

  • Aon : 02233
  • Accenture : 08086
  • Bae Systems : 08853
  • Citi : 01488
  • Exelon: 03955
  • Fluor : 00858
  • Johnson & Johnson : 00695
  • Kimberly Clark : 09345
  • Medtronic: 01274
  • Meijer : 03356
  • P&G : 02878
  • RiteAid : 14829
  • Sears : 02802
  • Siemens : 03537
  • UBS : 02496
  • UTC : 01638

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