I need to merge my Mint and TurboTax accounts into the unified Intuit Account. Can I do this, or how could I delete one account and recreate under the unified account?

I had a Mint and TurboTax account before the "unified" Intuit Account was introduced. The usernames for each are the same, but the passwords were different. I've read that merging is not allowed/possible (still don't understand why not, if identification for each can be verified), but I'm not overly invested in my Mint account, so it wouldn't be a big deal to recreate it. However, I didn't want to just delete it without checking to see if there was an easier way, or if the "deleted" account would block my ability to recreate the account with the same email address.

Is it possible to either merge my Mint account with my TurboTax account under its Intuit Account, or download Mint data, delete the Mint account and recreate the account under the TurboTax Intuit Account (and hopefully be able to upload the downloaded data)?

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