What do i need to do to fix the double counting in my investment area?

my standard account is using schwab for my selfdirected ira.

all of my etrade accounts appear twice.

i don't see anything on the web site to even check to see what accounts i have entered.


When you go to the "Accounts" view (link at the top of the webpage), and you look at the separate boxes showing all your account providers, do you see only one box devoted to Vanguard, or do you have multiple boxes?

If you have multiple boxes and each box shows the same set of accounts, you can delete one of the two boxes.

If you only have one box and you see duplicates inside the box, you can disable each duplicate by marking it from "Open" to "Closed" (which will stop Mint from pulling in more transactions) and then go over to the "Hide" tab to change from "Show" to "Hide from Everywhere". To help with identifying which accounts are the duplicates before you switch into the "Hide" tab, you can change the "Name" in the Accounts's box from whatever it is by default, say "Checking" to "Checking Duplicate".

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