Can you download all transactions and have any duplicate transactions removed? Or be able to download them all and have the duplicates called out on the spreadsheet?


You can download, but you'll have to identify duplicates yourself:

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

You can chat with support during the business day ( or you can file a ticket here:

On the website, go to "Transactions", switch to whichever filter of accounts you want (make sure to switch to "All Accounts" if you want everything as the default is only "All Cash & Credit") and then scroll to the bottom of the page.  You'll find a link for "Export all xxx transactions" which will give you a CSV file that you can import into Excel or any spreadsheet program.  There's a "Category" column which will give you the specific category or subcategory that's been set in Mint, so you can group on that, but it won't know which subcategory belongs to which category, so you'll have to organize that yourself.

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