Is there a way to have only the transactions from a specific credit card show up in a budget?

My wife and I use separate credit cards to buy gas.  I would like to set up two different budgets to track this separately.  But right now both credit card transactions get lumped together under Gas and Fuel.  Is there a way to specify that gas charges from Card A get put into Budget A and gas charges from Card B go to Budget B?


So you can do this, but you will have to monitor the budgets for a time.

Setup the two budgets and as you see the transaction come in, make sure it goes to the right budget. Over time Mint will catch on and pretty accurately (not always perfect) place the transaction in the right budget.

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