Can I add/modify/delete categories? Mint doesn't categorize it's subcategories the way I want. For example, I'd like to see all of my insurance in one category.

I'd like to modify the categories, not subcategories. For example, Mint has a category called "Income". Underneath it are subcategories called "Paycheck", "Investment", "Returned Purchase", etc. I know how to modify the subcategories and add/edit something underneath "Income". However, I want to be able to modify the categories and add something like an "Insurance" category, where I can then add subcategories like "Health Insurance", "Vision Insurance", "Car Insurance", "Earthquake Insurance", etc. The way Mint categorizes these doesn't match up with how I want to categorize them.


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