New York-based personal finance education startup LearnVest has raised $28 million in a Series D funding led by Northwestern Mutual Capital with Accel Partners and American Express Ventures participating.
LearnVest offers a seven-step plan that helps users cut expenses, budget for goals, and invest their money with the assistance of a certified financial planner.
Debuted in 2009 at TechCrunch50, LearnVest has raised over $72 million to date and will put the new funds toward hiring and scaling its LearnVest at Work product.
By Jarrett Neil Ridlinghafer
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