Note: This is a sponsored post. I received compensation to provide an honest, accurate review of this product.
UPDATE: As of Oct. 2, 2018, Cinch has discontinued its individual accounts and shifted toward an institutional-based approach. Consumers may no longer sign up for Cinch on their own.
If you’re just starting to get your financial house in order — or you’d like to get started and don’t know where to begin — a new entrant in the financial technology space may be just what you’re looking for.
Cinch bills itself as “the future of autonomous personal finance,” a product that strives to serve its customers first and foremost by taking a fiduciary approach to its recommendations and analysis. I was asked to join a closed beta to take Cinch for a spin and see what it could do. Continue reading