Financial Technology

Financial Technology

October 27, 2011

Make it a Life Well Spent with LifeWellth Financial Planning App for iPad

There was a time in my life where I looked into a crystal ball for advice on my long term financial planning. But now, thanks to LifeWellth, I can instead gaze longingly into my iPad and get the financial counsel I need (desperately, it seems, if I am paying psychics for their input).

Available now at the iTunes store, the LifeWellth iPad app is designed by the creators of a leading long term personal finance advice platform. LifeWellth claims to have worked with over 400 investors and advisors to create the app, and that it provides guidance for purchasing a home, saving for college, retirement or general long term security.

“LifeWellth takes a 360 degree look at your finances and goals and then through the app, helps you set and formulate a customized plan to achieve your goals.” said Founder and CEO of LifeWellth, Francisco Prat, in a statement. “Many consumer investors need secure, independent financial advice and LifeWellth has created the ultimate platform to map out their financial future through specially customized suggestions to reach realistic long-term goals.”

Among the features for the iPad app are: ability to chart your own path independent of an advisor, information privacy since data lives on the device, and control over your financial future achieved by setting goals and tailoring plans to specific needs.

In other recent financial news, global shipments of near-field communication chips are expected to exceed 1.2 billion by 2015. This, according to a study by In-Stat (News - Alert), will help pave the way for mobile payment software to achieve 30 percent global penetration.

Rich Steeves is a TMCnet copy editor. He taught writing for nine years. He has also worked as an editorial assistant at Penny Publications. He has written short stories, newspaper columns, blogs and recently published his first novel. He attended The George Washington University where he received his bachelor's degree in English and a master's degree in education. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Jennifer Russell

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