I understand that you'd like a feature in Mint that would allow you to Budget in advance (for the next month). In Mint, you can modify/create/edit current Budgets or Rollover amount.
While we don't currently have a feature to address your need, feature requests are always reviewed and noted by our product development team. That said, we can't make any promises that your request will get implemented as we must balance customer demand with resources and business objectives.
If you’d like to see all of your budgeted expenses from past to present, here are the steps:
Login to Mint and go to the Budgets tab.
The default displays your budgets for the current month.
To view a specific month, just click the month you’d like to see on the graph below the current month.
To view a range of months, click and drag over the months you’d like to see.
You can also adjust views by clicking links for This Month, Last Month, This Year or All time
You can also sort budgeted expenses by Amount (highest to lowest or lowest to highest), by Category or by Status by choosing the desired option in the Sorting by drop-down.
For immediate assistance, you may continue to communicate with us if issue still persists via Chatwith our support during the business days or you can file a ticket viaContact Mint.
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