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Betterment in The Daily

Big Banks are big on fees. It's one of our pet hates here at Betterment, and a big reason why Jon Stein came up with the idea to offer an alternative investment solution: a service that doesn't require a minimum balance, doesn't charge you for access to your own money, and doesn't charge you for each transaction.

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By the Editorial Staff Betterment Resource Center Published Sep. 15, 2011
Published Sep. 15, 2011
1 min read

This customer-centric approach makes sense … yet … it’s an anomaly.

The Daily wrote about Betterment carving out its place in this space ┬átoday, and suggests that other startups will soon follow suit. We’re excited to be playing our part in this revolution.

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