I know some of you use Mint (looking at you, K) and I need some help. I think there may be differences for Canadian users, but hopefully that won't affect the issues I'm having. I hope I'm just stupid and can't find how to do these things on the site and not that the site doesn't do them, but I figured one of you might know. 1) I tend to save in cash (literal cash, not liquid "cash" in my bank account), but I can't find a way to keep track of cash on Mint. So of course Mint thinks I'm not keeping up with my savings (I'm not, my goals are totally unrealistic lol) but actually I am putting a little bit into my stash every week. 2) I don't pay 100% of my rent, since my rooster pays some of it. But the chequing account is joint, so of course when the rent comes out Mint subtracts the entire amount from my total (you know the little box where it says how much your income is vs your budgeted spending and the remainder). I added a separate income line to account for my rooster's contribution, but for whatever reason Mint doesn't add this to my total income for the month, so that little box is hundreds of dollars short every month. I guess I could just remove that line and up my personal income line by the difference, but I don't really love that idea. So I've been keeping track of my spending and cash savings on a literal calendar that I write in by hand, PLUS using Mint and I don't know why I'm bothering with both. If I could fix these issues I might be better off. Does anyone have an idea of how to fix them? Or recs for a better site/app that will work better for me? Thanks, chickens!