To help you get better with money, Truebill doesn’t want to tell you to “buy less coffee.” Instead, the Washington D.C-based startup wants to help you save money by cancelling subscriptions and tracking spending, according to Yahya Mokhtarzada, the co-founder and chief revenue officer of the company.
Truebill claims that it has saved $50 million dollars for over half a million users since launching.
The new product launch, along with a budgeting tool, puts the personal finance startup in crowded company.
There are over 1,054 startups in Crunchbase data listed under the personal finance category, raising a total over over $18.7 billion in venture capital dollars to date.
And there’s also the smaller startups like Stackin, a digital finance entertainment company, or TrackMySubs, which, similar to Truebill, helps users keep track of subscriptions but has raised no known venture-funding.
So with new cash in the bank, Truebill might just help us keep better track of our own.