Salt Lake City-based MPOWER said today that it is looking to take on Quicken and Mint.com, with a new, online personal finance service. According to the firm, its new personal finance site provides ability to monitor bank accounts, credit cards, debt, and investments, along with recommendations to improve user finances. The online personal finance service offers subscription plans which range from $19.95 a month to $59.95 a month for access. MPOWER is headed by Alain R. Templeman, who also runs RecruitHire.com and loan modification firm ModifyUtah.org; Templeman also says in his bio he was a major operator of a distributorship for Xango LLC.
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MPOWER Launches Online Personal Finance Site