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Resolved to be better with money? Clarity Money launches with an app for thatAmericans suck at managing their money. As the country heads into the New Year, it's clear that more than 57% of us are struggling financially, according to a study from the Center for Financial Services Innovation. And many of us will make New Year's resolutions to be better about it.
Clarity promises to be Mint and Digit, combinedThere are so many apps that claim to be the solution to saving, investing and tracking your finances. Clarity Money, a new app, hopes to be the one that puts all of that in one place. The iOS app is sort of a combination of Mint, which tracks your financial health, and Digit, which saves money in small increments.
A startup cofounded by Michael Dell's brother Adam and backed by George Soros is promising to save you moneyWhere can you find an unbiased, personal finance app that serves purely in your interests? An app that analyzes your bank accounts, your recurring subscriptions and your spending habits to figure out how to save you money? That's what personal finance app Clarity Money, launching on Tuesday, promises.