When paying 6-months up front, how do I distribute?

Hi everyone! Brand new to this but loving it!

I'm curious if there is a way to distribute a single charge across a longer time period than 1 month.  Meaning, I paid for a gym membership for 6 months, but it shows my "gym & fitness" for that month as being a HUGE expenditure, relative to the rest of my spending, even though that is really should be seen as 6 smaller payments. 

Any ideas would be helpful! Thanks!


Hello ryandobs,

Welcome to Mint! What you can do for your concern with gym payment is to create the budget for the gym for the amount you are actually paying. So if you pay $300 over six months you can create a gym budget for $50 for the month.

As you are new to Mint, you might want to check out our Mint FAQ's, including this list of helpful Mint video tutorials to get the maximum use from your account! https://mint.lc.intuit.com/questions/974501-mint-faqs-mint-tutorial-videos

Thank you,
Mint Maggie

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