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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.

Articles by Betterment Editors
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  today, and suggests that other startups will soon follow suit. We’re excited to be playing our part in this revolution.

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