Offline Investment Accounts

I have an employee retirement account that is not accessible online (gives periodic paper statements). I see I can manually add it as Property, but I want it to show up in the Investments category, as opposed to being grouped with real estate, autos, and other misc property.

Is there a way to manually add Investments in that category? Thanks.


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Adding my vote. Can't track my 401k because mint doesn't support the bank. I track it manually, but i can't add it to my retirement goal, making my goal balance completely inaccurate and worthless. I dont expect mint will ever support this as they haven't added any noticeable features since i started using the service years ago.

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