New Release of FinanSavvy.com: Personal Financial and Retirement Planning Software Delivers on Customer Requests

Major upgrades to Sightful Software's cloud based budgeting and personal financial planning software, currently in beta test, deliver what users have asked for. Ease of use and performance improvements, new calculators and other enhancements.

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Austin, TX (PRWEB) June 30, 2014

Sightful Software, inc. announces the release of FinanSavvy Beta Version 3 at http://www.finansavvy.com, incorporating an array of user features and improvements. New in this release:

  • Larger, easier to use interfaces for entering forecast assumptions.
  • New integrated retirement and tax oriented calculators.
  • Alerts for missing or suspect forecast inputs.
  • Forecast investment contributions/withdrawals a percent of income/spending.
  • Much faster forecast calculations.
  • Improved tablet support.

"During the free beta test period, our exclusive focus is on listening to our users and incorporating what they tell us into the product whether that's a new feature or something as simple as the layout of a pane. This release is the result," said Greg Rice, President of Sightful Software. "We feel that our product concept of a budget driven forecast centered and highly personalized planner is getting very solid at this point and should be exiting the beta test soon. After that, we will refocus on expanding the breadth of things the product can do, which will benefit all of our customers."

FinanSavvy.com is a budget driven forecast centered personal financial planning tool that puts you in the driver's seat by focusing on transparency, more personalized planning and user control of assumptions. We also embed expertise throughout the product with the explicit intent of enhancing the financial literacy of our customers. The product is used for household budgeting, as an upgraded retirement calculator and by DIY investors.


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