Taking a snapshot, or “wealth selfie”, of a user’s finances, PictureWealth delivers robo-advice designed to help users plan their financial future.
Sydney startup Carrott has developed an active cash management app which focuses on educating users about how to make the most of their bank account funds.
MyMoneyZen looks to educate people about their money and, most importantly, how much their life truly costs and how much they can spend without guilt.
In Australia, there are two main tech startups emerging as front runners in this vertical – Pocketbook and MoneySoft. While they both target personal budgeting, they do so in very different ways.