New York Business JournalMoneyLion raises $42M to grow its personal finance platform for the middle classTechCrunchMoneyLion, the part lending, part savings and part wealth management app targeted at the financial middle class has raised $42M in Series B funding.This brings total equity funding to $67M since being founded in 2013. The startup provides an all-in-one ...Personal finance app MoneyLion hunts down $42 million in fundingNew York Business JournalMoneyLion, a personal finance startup, raises $42MAmerican Bankerall 10 news articles » read whole article

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