Question about associating a loan (credit card) with a property


I have a motorcycle listed under my properties. The motorcycle is not yet paid off and I wanted to link it to the proper loan that it belongs to; however, the "loan" I received was through a credit card. I have successfully added that specific credit card to my Mint account, but I cannot associate it with the motorcycle because my only options are to choose a loan, not a credit card.

Is this something that can be implemented in a future update? Is it something that's available now through a workaround?



Hello tuc33644,

This is not currently a Mint available feature, I can tag your topic with 'feature request' so Mint's Product Team views this as a user idea. Thank you for your feedback!

Mint Maggie

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