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personal_finance

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Mint tweaks its personal-finance iPhone app

The company says that with a new feature, users will be able to know their true bank balances at any time.

By July 22, 2011

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Blippy launches the Twitter of personal finance

There's more to this service than sharing spending data with friends, thank goodness.

By December 14, 2009

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Mint.com brings personal finance to the iPhone

The free personal finance iPhone app features very little in the way of security, but comes with ease of access.

By December 22, 2008

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Rudder steers personal finance to your in-box

Want to get your personal finance activity delivered via e-mail? Rudder (formerly Spendview) has got you covered.

By September 12, 2008

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Personal finance site nabs $12 million from Benchmark

Six-month-old Mint, which helps people save money on their bills, gets some help of its own from high-flying venture capitalist Benchmark.

By March 5, 2008

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Mint: Solid but incomplete online personal finance

The early beta of Mint reveals a well-thought-out personal finance site that's missing important features.

By September 18, 2007

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Yahoo Personal Finance to launch

New Yahoo site offers free tools and information on tax planning, budgeting and loans.

By January 18, 2007

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New & Noteworthy: Apple at CompUSA; G4/667 gone; Personal finance software; more

New & Noteworthy: Apple at CompUSA; G4/667 gone; Personal finance software; more

By April 14, 2001

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Short Take: USAToday.com adds personal finance tools

USAToday.com will provide consumers with a personal financial-management system developed by eBalance, a financial-data collector. Beginning in July, people will be able to consolidate updated financial information from banks, brokerages, mutual funds and other organizations, as well as manage investments, purchases and assets. The alliance is part of the news site's effort to expand its services. The site already sells books, athletic equipment and travel-related goods.

June 26, 2000

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Short Take: Microsoft unveils Net-based personal finance service

Microsoft debuted Money Insider, an Internet service that assists users of Microsoft Money 98 Financial Suite and offers up-to-date information on financial topics including insurance, home ownership, college planning, and retirement. Users can access the new free service through Money 98 Financial Suite or by logging onto Money Insider's Web site.

By October 23, 1997