03 Jan Resolved to be better with money? Clarity Money launches with an app for that
Americans 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. We’re planning to cut our credit card debt, manage our finances and start saving. We all need to, because even if we have a savings plan for retirement (through company programs like a 401-K), it’s probably not enough.
Hoping to help cut through the financial haze is a new app launching today that purports to provide an all-in-one solution for financial health. It’s called Clarity Money and it seems pretty great.
The company’s mobile app (currently only available for iOS), can help reduce credit payments, manages online subscriptions, and provide instant savings features for its users, the company touts.