I'd like to see account balance projections based on my bills for my checking account like I do in Quicken. Is this possible in Mint?


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Hi Baz,

Thanks for reaching out to us.

The aggregation of the Bills tab of Mint is currently different than the rest of the tabs of Mint. Having said that, the option to view the balance projection based on your bills is still not available in Mint. 

As a workaround, you may go to the transactions tab then select your checking account. There will be a section on top of the page where you can see the available cash of your account. The available cash will allow you to see the balance based on the transactions ( It includes the pending transactions on the calculation). You may also add manual transactions based on your bills to see your projected available cash.

While this feature is not yet available in Mint, your request has been captured to be evaluated as a possible feature enhancement for a future release of the application.

Thanks for using Mint.

Mint Steph

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