Filtered Transaction list from clicking through on budget is wrong

In a few of my budget categories that are over budget, when I set the budget for the last 6 months, then I when I click through on the amount shown in the budget (e.g. $4,500 of $2000) the amount that shows on the filtered transaction list is 10-20% (of the total spent) less for some reason. In general the expenses showing up in my budget are much higher then they should be, so I I used to have the "budget roll-over" set on these budget categories but have not turned it over and reset the overage to $0. How can I fix this? Thanks!


See my answer and the comments on the mint staff's answer on this page for a workaround until they fix their transaction details page: 

It has to do with incorrectly categorized transactions in loans or other accounts (like stocks) besides cash and credit.

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