Squeeze's new app provides consumers with comparison pricing on their recurring bills and allows them to track and categorize spending so that they can save money, reduce debt, and grow wealth.
Elias Janetis, CEO of Squeeze, says, "The free Squeeze app will sync users' online banking and credit cards, compile consumption habits, and evaluate pricing on recurring bills. Squeeze truly helps you "win with money".
Brent Campbell, COO of Squeeze, continues, "Money is stressful. We've built an eco-system of saving and money management that is simple and easy to use. Millennials are looking for an all-in-one solution to help them on their journey to financial mindfulness."
Because of their comparison pricing model, Squeeze has often been called the Expedia or Travelocity of the personal finance world. Consumers can currently "squeeze" their mobile phone, internet, TV, and bundle plans in the Beta version to make sure they are getting the best deals. Upcoming new releases will also include the ability to "squeeze" personal finances such as credit cards, car loans and mortgages as well as insurances such as life, health, auto, renter, and home.
Unlike other personal finance apps that are one dimensional, with Squeeze, you can track spending, categorize finances, and shop the best deals - all in one app. Squeeze analyzes and tracks data in real-time so that consumers can be alerted if they are overspending, while other software tends to be more retroactive.
Money20/20 is the world's biggest FinTech event, which covers payment and financial service innovations for connected commerce at the intersection of mobile, retail, marketing services, data and technology. They attract over 10,000 attendees from 3000 companies in 75 countries including 1,000+ CEOs and 500+ speakers.
The 2016 event will be held from October 23-16, 2016 at The Venetian in Las Vegas, NV. Squeeze is part of the start-up row, booth number SR53, and will be amongst 40-50 other start-ups.
Squeeze is a FinTech start-up on a mission to help consumers save money, reduce debt and grow their wealth. And, they are set out to disrupt the personal financial technology space with their innovative new price comparison app.