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“Thrive” Might Help You Do Just That

A growing number of Web sites allow you to enter all sorts of financial information and get back all sorts of advice about how to save and spend your money.

ThriveCould “Thrive” be the best of the bunch?

It requires you to do surprisingly little work because the program automatically downloads most of the relevant data from your bank, credit card, mortgage and investment accounts.

The site uses that to figure out where your money goes now, and where it ought to go in the future, providing suggestions on how to trim expenses, pay off your credit cards and get your investments rolling.

The guidance seems pretty smart. And it’s free. MORE

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  1. aditya said:
    on August 9th at 10:16 am

    I don’t like to share my bank information with any one

  2. willam hopkins said:
    on August 9th at 09:08 pm

    Agree with other poster. why give your bank info to these people?

  3. willam hopkins said:
    on August 9th at 09:13 pm

    This site is an obvious scam/rippoff site for even publishing this crap.

  4. arnold mejia said:
    on August 9th at 11:16 pm

    Or that phishing site is making so much money off of the scam that they paid this side some good bucks lol

  5. Sam B said:
    on August 10th at 12:08 am

    I decided to give this site a shot…it seems pretty cool. I’ve had some trouble adding my accounts though. But it’s just like Quicken online, which I added a while back after reading about on here, except it gives advice. I like it.

  6. AMAZED ONE said:
    on August 17th at 03:55 pm

    People are crazy to be providing their private financial info to ANY website online. Get real!