I just realized that there is a double accounting of credit card transactions.

This doubly inflates my budget for my credit card transactions. Each individual transaction appears, and the payment of the credit card bill once a month through my checking also appears. How do I remedy this?  


Hello kellybikes2,

Thank you for your question! The way this works in Mint is that your transfer of funds to pay your credit card account once a month is NOT counted in Budgets or Trends- no transfers are counted in budgets or trends. You see the transfer of money in your transactions, so you can check that is happened, but it does not actually impact your Mint account. Only your individual credit card debit transactions go through budgets and trends, and are counted.

Thank you,
Mint Maggie

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