How do you zero out paid off lease

We just paid off our leased vehicle and once the account was zeroed out at Toyota Financial Services, they suspended account access.  How can I zero out the balance appearing in Mint without deleting the account as I don't want the payments to leave the history?

Answer

Hello ryachris1,

If you want Mint to discontinue pulling data for an account, but want to keep the transaction history, you can "Close" the account. All transactions will remain in Mint but the balance will be zeroed out.

Follow the steps below to close an account:

- Click the Accounts link at the top of the page.
- Click the account name of the account you want to close.
- Click the dropdown for Status and choose Closed.
- Click the orange Close button to save your changes.

The account balance might not zero out immediately but will do so in the next budget cycle.

Thank you!

Mint Maggie

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