September 15, 2009 at 14:44 PM EDT
TC50: LearnVest Is A Personal Financial Guide For Women
Now more than ever, personal finance education and help is crucial to anyone's financial health. Mint.com, a former TechCrunch 40 company who won the top prize at the conference, has grown incredibly since its launch and was recently acquired by Intuit for $170 million. TechCrunch50 startup LearnVest is serving a different purpose when it comes to online finances; the startup focuses on helping users, particularly women, organize their finances and learn how to become financially savvy. It's kind of like the online version of financial planner Suze Orman. When you first log in to LearnVest, the site will ask you a series of questions about your financial health (i.e. how much credit card debt do you have), you life stages (i.e. do you rent, are you planning a family soon, do you own a house) and your financial education level (i.e. have you checked your credit score lately). LearnVest will use all this information to diagnose your financial health and education level and will then give you a snapshot of what you need to learn and improve. TechCrunch50 Conference 2009 : September 14-15, 2009, San Francisco
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