Hello, There are cardholders under some of my credit card accounts that I'd like to exclude from the transaction list (or hide from budgets). Is this possible?

I have multiple cardholders under my American Express & Chase cards, and would like to hide transactions from one of those cardholders.

I don't see cardholder name in those listed transactions, and no options for hiding transactions from certain cardholders. 

Without this, it greatly muddles my budget information.

Is there a way to accomplish this?


I have the same situation with one of my accounts. I usually go in and tag all the transactions made by my authorized user with his name, and I've set that tag up to be hidden from my budgets and trends. It takes a bit of effort - you have to recognize which transactions are yours vs. theirs, but there's no automated way to do it. If the bank hasn't set them as separate accounts, mint won't recognize them separately either.

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