SmartAsset is a personal finance technology company headquartered in New York, New York that uses financial modeling to provide advice on major financial decisions.   SmartAsset also provides credit scores and credit monitoring. They have provided research studies featuring data analysis on topics like best cities for women in tech and most affordable places to live.
SmartAsset launched in July 2012 by CEO Michael Carvin and CTO Philip Camilleri as a Y Combinator startup company.
Investment and Finances
SmartAsset has raised $22.5 million in funding. Investors include Y Combinator, Javelin Venture Partners, North Bridge Venture Partners, Denis Grosz, SV Angel, Brendan Wallace, Quotidian Ventures, IA Capital Group and others.
SmartAsset launched a free mobile application available for iPhone and Android in April 2014 at Finovate.
- ^Karnie, Annie. “A Tech Migration Downtown”. crainsnewyork.com. Crain’s New York Business. Retrieved 17 February 2013.
- ^Hogan, Mike. “Online Financial Calculators From BankRate, SmartAsset”. online.barrons.com/. Barron’s. Retrieved 14 October 2013.
- ^Colao, J.J. “Buying A Home? Get Your Finances Straight With SmartAsset”. forbes.com. Forbes. Retrieved 8 November 2012.
- ^West, Adam (16 August 2017). “SmartAsset™ Leverages Technology to Bring Transparency to Personal Finance Decisions”. BadCredit.org. Retrieved 30 November 2017.
- ^Dishman, Lydia. “These Are The Best Cities For Women In Tech”. fastcompany.com. Fast Company. Retrieved 24 February 2016.
- ^Casey, Michael. “If you want an affordable home, head to these states”. cbsnews.com. CBS News. Retrieved 13 January 2015.
- ^Ha, Anthony. “Y Combinator-Backed Financial Decision Making Startup SmartAsset Raises $900K”. techcrunch.com. TechCrunch. Retrieved 15 August 2012.
- ^Grant, Rebecca. “Funding Daily: ‘Tis almost the witching hour”. venturebeat.com. VentureBeat. Retrieved 30 October2012.
- ^Ruth, João-Pierre S. “SmartAsset Gets $5.2M to Deliver Answers to Financial Questions”. xconomy.com. Xconomy. Retrieved 26 March 2014.
- ^Sorokanich, Robert. “Our Favorite Android, iOS, and Windows Phone Apps of the Week”. gizmodo.com. Gizmodo. Retrieved 2 May 2014.
- ^McGarvey, Robert. “5 Things You Missed at Finovate”. cutimes.com/. Credit Union Times. Retrieved 2 May 2014.
- ^Ryan, Philip. “PayPal, Mint.com, American Express and PNC Bank Nominated for Webby Awards”. bankinnovation.net. Retrieved 25 April 2013.
- ^“2014 Webby Awards”. webbyawards.com. Retrieved 19 May2014.
- ^“Take the HELM 1.0 Winners”. takethehelmnyc.com. Take the HELM NYC. Retrieved 19 May 2014.