Seven more credit unions have signed on as users of the personal financial management platform from MoneyDesktop of Provo, Utah, the company said.
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MoneyDesktop said it has signed four more credit unions as users of its online personal financial management platform.
New PFM clients are in Texas, Oregon, Nebraska.