Some of my Mint Accounts (personal) are showing up in my Quick Book (self employed) and I can't remove them. They do not show up in my Account list only on my dashboard?


Thanks for reaching out, dwc599.

Let's get your banking transactions sorting out. Are you using the same bank account for both Mint and QuickBooks Self-Employed? If so, let's exclude your personal transactions so they won't show up on your Dashboard. Here's how:

  1. Go to the Transactions tab.
  2. Select all personal transactions, then click Exclude.

Excluded will be removed automatically from your Dashboard and will not be part of your reports as well. 

However, if you're using a different bank account for your personal transactions, please reach out to our Email Support Team. One of our support agents will be able to take a closer at this to determine why your Mint transactions are showing up in QuickBooks. Here's the link:

Let me know if you have other questions with QuickBooks. I'd be happy to answer them for you.

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