How to make an accurate profile...

Hello there,

I'm new to Mint and doing my groundwork for an accurate budget. A few of the debts won't go through, Walmart and Amazon's store cards for example, because the parent bank refuses to release the info. Whatever, I thought, no big deal. I'll just put those in manually.

But you can't manually enter a debt's name and amount. 

How have you and others been working around this?

Thanks, I appreciate your time.



Hello Dennis,

Thank you for your question! Mint has no way of adding debts that are not available through online accounts. We do have 'Other Property', where you can add asset totals, but not debts. 

You can create a budget for a payment, say Wal_Mart, and then add the transaction debit every month.

Thank you,
Mint Maggie

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