I am a brand new user. I lost almost all my budget categories from last month to this month. What happened?


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I'm a new user to Mint as well and experienced a similar issue.  What i've realized is that my 1st budget was created towards the end of March 2016 and when April rolled by, I lost all my budget.  I tested this by creating a brand new budget during the beginning of April, made some minor adjustments during the month of April; now that we are in May, my budget looks fine.

Other users reported similar behavior on this post and apparently this is done by design from the developpers:


Hope this helped, because I'll be the first to admit that Mint almost lost me out of frustration of sort losing all that work or thinking i had to do that amount of detailed budget every month

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