Published on January 9, 2017 3:55 am, by Pete Lalor
MoneyBrilliant has always focused on helping people make better decisions about their money. We think that when people make better decisions about their money they live better lives.
Often, making better decisions about your money means spending it more wisely. It might mean spending more of it on the things that are important to you. It might mean getting more for the money you do spend. It might just mean spending less of it!
Have you ever wondered what it costs you to live for an average day and how this compares to others? Is your personal inflation rate going up or going down? Are you paying more for your electricity, gas and internet than you could be? Are you paying higher than average for your health insurance and gym membership? Are you missing out on discounts you are entitled to?
Starting today we will be providing personal insights and new content to our customers through the MoneyBrilliant Activity Feed which we introduced in our last major upgrade. You can access the Activity Feed from the Activity icon at the bottom of the screen in our mobile apps or from our web app.
These personal insights and the other activity feed content are all designed to help you make better decisions about your money and spend it more wisely.
Personal insights are included in the MoneyBrilliant Plus Plan.
Customers on the MoneyBrilliant Basic Plan will receive complimentary Personal Insights for 30 days and can upgrade at any time to continue receiving insights.
Please help us refine this new service by giving us your feedback
We look forward to your feedback as we continue to develop and refine this new service. If you have suggestions for insights or content you would like to see or feedback on what we provide, please let us know by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Peter is the CEO of MoneyBrilliant. He has over 20 years experience in banking, insurance and accounting. Peter has three sons, ranging in age from 16 to 3, is a sport and fitness fanatic and a volunteer firefighter. He is passionate about improving people's lives through making financial services more accessible.