How often are my accounts updated in Mint?

Most of your accounts in Mint should refresh automatically when you sign in. However, there are certain banks that allow us to only update your financial data once or twice per day.

For help with your Capital One account, follow the steps listed in this article.

Additionally, we're aware of an issue where Chase Bank accounts may have incorrect balances and missing transactions.We're working tirelessly to fix this.

You can check when your account was last updated in the mobile app like this:

  1. Sign in to the app.
  2. Select Expand under the graph.
  3. Tap the circle logo next to the account you want to check.
  4. We’ll give you the latest refresh info for that account.

If one or more of your accounts haven't updated in over 24 hours:

  • There may be an error you need to fix. Go to the overview tab to see if there's an error message next to your accounts. 
  • There may be an outage with your financial institution. You can check by typing the name of your bank or provider in the above search bar.

If your account isn't experiencing an outage and isn’t connecting, try these fixes:

  • Check that your username and password are correct.
    1. Open the Mint app, select Settings, and then select Accounts. Or, if you're signed in at, select Settings from the top menu.
    2. Select the name of the account that isn't refreshing or the nearby gear icon, then select Edit Login.
    3. Enter your sign in info for that provider.
    4. Select Save & connect.
  • Check that your account isn't hidden or marked inactive.

Go here if you want to delete the account that's not updating.


Related Information:

How do I add a new account in Mint? 
How do I add a manual account in Mint?