Remove tax section on overview page

How do I remove the giant block of Tax info on the Overview page that says "Based on your Mint info, here are some tax breaks you might qualify for this year…"?

I assumed it would go away after taxes were due but it is still there. Between Bills (which I don't use) this extremely large Tax section (already filed, and it would be late if I hadn't), Alerts, and Credit Score (larger than necessary) it is almost two full screens of garbage before I can actually see the Overview information.


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Hello  deanlc7 


We apologize for the issue. But providing us the screen shot of your issue will help us identify and investigate the issue that you are having on your end. 


Thanks, 

Mint Christine

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