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The Exchange launches MoneyeXtra


The Exchange and Microsoft are launching a free internet-based personal finance service which they say will help consumers make better financial decisions.


MoneyeXtra is accessible to anyone with internet access and is aiming to educate consumers and enhance their understanding of financial products.


The Exchange says the service will allow consumers to compare products and personalise searches and will provide a comprehensive list of IFAs to seek advice from.


It will also allow users to track all types of investments including bank and building society deposit accounts, credit cards, stocks, shares and unit trusts.

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