Net Cash Available

I would like to have the ability to choose which cash account(s) are used at the overview page in the computation for Net Cash available after current credit card debt is deducted.  Currently, Mint.com takes all cash from all accounts to run this.  While I do have cash in other accounts, they serve different purposes and service different automated payments... so I am not gaining a true representation of what will actually be available after my current credit card balance is deducted.  I still need to be able to see these other cash accounts as well, so I do not want to have to hide an account anywhere else in order to show my "adjusted" net available cash.

In general, if Mint.com would improve its ability for users to "toggle" on/off various accounts and tags more quickly and easily, I think it would be a drastic improvement to an already great tool.

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Hello webbworthington,

Thank you for your feedback on Mint's overview page. Our Product Team notes and values user feedback.

Thank you,

Mint Maggie

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