BOSTON ( TheStreet) -- Bundle.com, the latest entry among personal-finance Web sites, went live today, joining Mint.com and FiLife in a crowded field. The site's new wrinkle is providing detailed information on spending and saving.Bundle.com's centerpiece, "Your Money," assesses a user's spending patterns, and compares and contrasts them with others matching their demographic, zeroing in on income, marital status, family size and home city. The site, using anonymous banking data and government statistics, also provides a breakdown of where money is spent, business by business. Writers and users blog about their experiences and savings tips.
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