How can I have some accounts split in half that are shared with my partner?

My partner and I have individual AND shared (split 50/50) accounts. He doesn't want to use Mint and I do. I want a way to designate the shared accounts so Mint can halve those expenses and income and so reflect my true financial picture. Please tell me there's a way to do this!


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If you mean for every transaction, like $10 coffee, you want only to count in $5, Mint does not support it.

If you mean that some transactions you want to see, and some you do not, you can kind of do it: Create a tag, call it like "partner". Then in the profile page, make that tag as hidden. Then create some automatic rules, so that pay check from company A will have that tag, while from company B will not have it, and so on. Then you can manually apply that tag to transactions of your partner if not picked up by your rules.

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