Let's talk about money, shall we?
Pradyumna here, building Balance.
Money is one of the most essential aspects of our lives. It drives how we make life decisions. Allows us
to focus on
things we love. Being financially stable gives us a sense of freedom.
Yet many people struggle to keep their finances in order. Living paycheck to paycheck becomes the norm,
very little room to save for emergency funds. Soon enough, immense consumer debt is accrued over time.
And I want to help change that.
I'm building Balance to help individuals become financially independent. Balance consists of just the
right set of
tools to help you understand your money.
Here are the most valuable principles I'm focused on as I'm building Balance:
Clear, calm, and simple
Balance will help you see your money as you have never before. It takes away the dull Excel (or paper...?)
missed payments, transaction tallying, and what have you.
Balance shows you a calm way to manage your money.
Swift and reliable
Balance is built for speed. From keyboard shortcuts to automations — everything included. Quickly create
categories, review transactions — all at your fingertips.
Granular when needed
At the surface, Balance is clean. No fancy financial jargon, and it delivers only straightforward and
graphs and numbers. You will only see what you need to. Need more data? Why certainly! Dig as deep or as
little as you
want. Construct graphs, export data. You are in control.
Secure by default
Balance has bank-grade security over all your financial data. Your bank credentials will not be stored in
sensitive information such as transactions, bank balances, account numbers, access tokens is encrypted.
The database is
encrypted at rest, and software is updated regularly.
You are in good hands. Your data is handled the way I would like my data to be handled.
I have been using Balance for some time now, and it has changed how I handle my finances. You'll love it. I
can't wait to share it with the world.
I'll be rolling out invites soon. If any of this intrigues you, get on the early-access list. This email
list will only be used to send invites.
Onward and upward,