Personal Finance Goes Mobile
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By John Moore for Digital Innovation Gazette

Personal finance apps let people extend their banking arrangements into the mobile world, allowing them to check account balances, transfer money and review transactions.

A new developer competition, however, hopes to cultivate a somewhat different set of mobile finance apps. The Financial Capability Development Competition, or FinCapDev, aims to help consumers who may lack access to the full complement of financial products and services. The D2D Fund and the Center for Financial Services Innovation (CFSI) sponsor the challenge, which kicked off in October. The two organizations previously collaborated with the Treasury Department on the MyMoneyAppUp Challenge. In the FinCapDev challenge, developers selected as finalists will qualify for a cash stipend and free evaluation licenses to Yodlee`s SDK. Finalists will present their apps in June 2013. Tim Flacke, executive d…………… continues on IT Business Net

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Baltimore school system wins $ 100K to improve personal finance education
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Date: Wednesday, November 28, 2012, 1:15pm EST – Last Modified: Wednesday, November 28, 2012, 1:28pm EST


Baltimore City Public Schools plans to ramp up personal financial education for high schoolers with help from a $ 100,000 grant from Discover. 

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