LifeAssets 1.0 full review
LifeAssets 1.0 offers an interesting twist on the way you view and plan for your financial future. While programs such as Mint and Quicken tend to focus on the rearview mirror, letting you look at your actual expenses to see how you’ve spent your money, LifeAssets tries to set your focus forward, so that you can see where your financial future lies.
To get you started, LifeAssets first needs to collect some detailed personal information, including your birthdate, intended retirement date, and most importantly, a complete accounting of all your personal financial information. And it’s important to note that the more thorough you can be about your income and expenses, the better LifeAssets is able to determine how much money you’ll have in the future. Also, there’s no way to import any of your existing financial information.