I have two Intuit accounts I would like to merge.

I have a Mint account and a TurboTax account that have separate logins. I would like to merge these two accounts into one so they'll synch properly to simplify tax season, etc.

I see that there are a few previous questions on this saying it's not possible, but the most recent is several months old. Since the login splash page has recently changed to a single Intuit credentials screen, I've got my fingers crossed that you guys have sorted this issue now and that there IS a way to merge my Mint and TurboTax accounts.



Hi Jennifer,

Thanks for coming back.

Unfortunately, we can't still merge two (2) accounts with different login IDs since it already created a unique account separately in our system.

With our One Intuit login page, customer should use the UserID/password for the specific account he/she would like to access.

Sorry for the inconvenience.


Mint Aga

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