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  • Personal Finance: Mint.com is now live

    Yesterday I received an email from Aaron Patzer, Founder & CEO Mint.com, announcing that Mint.com was now live. This is excellent news in thePersonal Financespace. We can expect new exciting initiatives and features from the healthy competition between all the key players such asWesabe and Mint. Please note that Mint.com was named best presenting company at TechCrunch 40. Guy […] More

  • Wesabe makes the web into a banking platform

    If you are not familiar with the trendyPersonal Finance space, Wesabe is its most innovative and high profile startup. A couple of months ago, I wrote an article on Personal Finance: Personal finance: the internet banking 2.0 killer app? I haven’t changed my mind, and I still believe Wesabe is one of the best examples of web 2.0, “social networking”/online […] More

  • Gobseck.com

    Personal finance is very popular nowadays. Please find below a video (in French) presenting another community money-saving service: Gobseck.com. It looks like it is a French initiative. 🙂 I am not sure about the name though! More

  • Personal finance: the internet banking 2.0 killer app?

    Social lending is a good example of web 2.0, with websites such asProsper.com or Zopa.co.uk. Web 2.0 changed your expectations as a client: you want more control. Manage your money 2.0 Nowadays more than ever, people want to be in a position to better manage their money. They want to have access to easy-to-use, if possible free, tools. They […] More

  • Manage your finance with Wesabe

    During our session about web 2.0, at the online_banking_summit_2007, we advised the audience to check wesabewhich according to us was an excellent example of web 2.0. Wesabe: managing your finance made easier First, I planned to review the website myself. But I believe you will find a lot of information in the following posts: * Wesabe Gets Money […] More