Load transactions from old Mint account into new Mint account.

Me and my wife each have our own Mint accounts. When we got married we made a new Mint account that combined all our accounts. The problem is that now we don't have our history from all the previous years.


Is there anyway to load all the transactions from our two old accounts into the new one? If not, the minimum that would make me happy is to still have our net worth graph be correct. Is there a way to manually load data so that our net worth graph is correct for our new account? Some way to just enter what our net worth was for each month over the last few years?

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Hello duke.sable,

I apologize but the amount of transaction data that Mint pulls into new account when it’s first added is dependent on the bank or financial institution and can only range from 30-90 days. Unfortunately, we don't have a way to pull in more information beyond that. Also, we do not have a way to import transactions from other Mint account to another Mint account.

Although, the other option is you can manually add transactions if you'd like by following the steps below:

1.    Click the “+ Add Transaction” button that appears at the top right corner above your transactions.
2.    Once you do that, enter the appropriate details.
3.    Click "I'm Done".
I am sorry for the inconvenience this causes you.

Thank you for using Mint.

Regards,
Gerlie


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