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Goldman Sachs just launched a new personal finance tool for customers of average means, CNBC reported on Monday (Sept. 14).The 150-year-old Wall Street powerhouse, known widely as an investment bank serving big institutions and wealthy individuals, developed its new Marcus Insights platform by leveraging some of the knowledge gained from its $100 million purchase of a personal finance tool called Clarity Money from the brother of PC-making billionaire Michael Dell.Marcus Insights is designed to give customers a high-level view of their accounts at multiple institutions.”See your checking, savings, loans, retirement and investment accounts alongside your Marcus accounts, all in one place,” states a post published on the company’s website last week.“We want to make understanding your financial health approachable and easy,” Adam Dell said in a telephone interview with CNBC, according to Monday’s report. “What did you spend this month and where did you spend it and how much do you have left? And is there any extra that you could set aside for an emergency fund, or just put in a high-yield savings account?”The Marcus Insights app will initially be available only to existing Goldman Sachs customers, but will soon be offered more widely, CNBC …

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