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SigFig is ringing in 2015 with a new look & feel on web and mobile, along with some exciting updates to our apps. We wanted to provide an improved experience that helps investors make better investing decisions, and the new SigFig is designed to do just that. We’ve also added a number of new features that will make SigFig indispensable to everyday investors, enabling them to not only track, but also manage their investments easily on their iPhone or Android devices.

Today, along with our new look & feel, we are excited to unveil SigFig managed accounts on mobile: an automated investment service that invests your money in a low cost, risk-adjusted ETF portfolio from your mobile device. SigFig monitors your investments on a daily basis to improve your returns, using automatic rebalancing, tax-aware asset allocation, commission-free trading, and dividend reinvestment.

Our investment team has decades of experience successfully managing billions of dollars. Thanks to partnerships with leading brokerages such as Fidelity, Schwab, and TD Ameritrade, we offer hassle-free sign up. Investors can open individual or joint account, IRA, Roth IRA or rollover 401K.

GalaxyS5_SigFigAppSigning up is easy and takes only three minutes: Simply take a risk profile questionnaire, confirm your personalized investment plan, and fund your account from a bank account or an existing investment account.

The investment cost of a SigFig managed account is 0.25% a year. For a $50,000 portfolio, that means less than $10 per month. And with any account, we manage the first $10,000 for free.

If you have any questions, you can speak with one of our investment professionals any time at 1-855-9SIGFIG or email us at

Update: An earlier version of this post incorrectly said that the 0.25% in fees included all underlying fund management fees. In fact, the 0.25% in fees covers all management done by SigFig on the client’s behalf, but does not cover underlying fund expenses, fees charged by the brokerage, or transactions costs. In many cases, clients pay no transactions costs (commissions) because SigFig primarily uses commission-free ETFs. Sorry for the error. For more information, please contact


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