Feature Request: Net Worth Goal

I understand that currently accounts cannot be linked to more than one goal, however I would like to request a special sort of goal that just tracks the net worth that Mint already tracks, regardless of other goals. It will be set to track all accounts, just the way mint does. I believe this will be useful to keep a user on track who has a goal of earning/saving a certain amount by a specific date. For instance, I am attempting to have 100K by the time I turn 27, and would like to see if I am on track. Currently I have such a goal that tells me I am on track, but because I had to dump all my accounts into this one goal, I cannot set any other goals without taking that goal down.

So in a nutshell, I am not asking for goals to share accounts, I am just asking for a special type of goal, a net worth goal, to be able to use all accounts.

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