This “Fitbit for personal finance” calculates your total income, recurring bills, and recommended savings for each month, and gives you a breakdown of what you can spend that day, week, and month.
Check, formerly known as PageOnce, is a free app to help you manage your finances.
Not sure what your credit score is? Credit Karma is raising $30 million to change that as quickly as possible.
To reach the young and tech-savvy market, Green Dot has released a new app that lets users open and manage their checking account from a smartphone.
Betterment, a personal investment management startup, has just closed a new $10 million round of funding, the company announced today.
SmartAsset, a personal finance startup backed by YCombinator, launched a platform today that provides people with all the tools they need to make intelligent financial decisions.
Meet the latest app to help you smartly invest the money you’ve been saving under your mattress, SigFig. Instead of letting your hundreds accumulate dust, SigFig helps you accrue capital gains by giving you investment advice.
While personal financial services like Mint.com offer a pretty dashboard with detailed information about how your money is spent, they does little to prevent the powerful emotional responses associated with impulse purchases. For instance, the knowledge that you’ve already spent $50 at Starbucks this week won’t prevent you from buying yet another cup of coffee under the right circumstances — (especially if you’re a drowsy journalists working on deadline).
Intuit-owned personal finance service Mint.com has finally launched an application for Apple’s iPad, which will help users who prefer the interactivity of tablets for tracking and analyzing their spending habits.
Six out of 10 Americans will outlive their money, according to MyFinance, makers of a new product called Me&MyMoney that launched today at the DEMO Fall 2011 event in Silicon Valley.
Yodlee, a company that powers personal financial management (PFM) solutions for major banks and finance portals, now has 34 million registered users worldwide, it told VentureBeat.
There’s no shortage of restaurant-review websites on the Web, but New York City startup Bundle is tapping into an even more honest source of opinion — people’s wallets.
Aaron Patzer, the founder of personal finance startup Mint, made a slight jab at beleaguered Blippy today. Blippy is a startup that lets people share details of purchases they’ve made with their friends, and it recently came under fire after credit card numbers of a few users showed up in Google searches.