Goals in Same Account

I'm sure this has been suggested but I want to add my vote to allowing more than one goal to link to an account. I have a single, high-yield savings account where I keep my emergency fund. I'd like to add a goal for vacation as well and I'll be keeping the money in that savings account. It seems silly that mint would expect me to have multiple bank accounts so I can track the progress of a savings goal.


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I would also like to see this feature.  It would be great to if Mint would track Goal based on a tag rather than only on an account balance.  That way I could tag all transactions (positive and negative) to the goal and not worry about which account they are in.

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