My 401k is listed under Fidelity Net Benefits, as well as Fidelity Investments. It double counted on trends even after I marked it closed.

I marked the net benefits version as closed, and it shows correctly on overview, but it still double counts for August under trends.


I have a very similar problem. My 401k benefits for Fidelity Net Benefits show up twice. My investments are overstated by this amount. I deleted the account (just once) and all references to Fideilty NetBenefits were gone (401k that was reported twice, plus a small rollover account, and a loan.)   I added back the Fidelity Netbenefits account and Mint again reported the 401k twice, along with the loan and other rollover. Frustrating.

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