Why doesn't the date get exported when I export my expenses/transactions from a MINT file? All I see is the payee's name and amount. I need the date!

I used to use Quicken and for all the things I didn't like, I really DID like the reporting section. I"d still use it but once I downloaded MINT, I'm unable to open any downloaded QFX files from my bank, nor does quicken download any of my credit card statements!   So, I use Mint but I need the transaction date with each transaction that I export so I can reference that to my checking, savings or other accounts for quick look up. It's critical for tax purposes and getting tax expenses properly organized.   Bottom line, I think you should have the detailed type of export file transaction capability that Quicken does, lots of detail (date, check number in a separate column, credit card name, checking/savings account name, amount).   Thank you. 

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