The company said the capabilities of its platform include dual budgeting, debt tracking, financial goal setting, investment monitoring, estimated tax calculations, and comprehensive net worth tracking. A mobile application is slated for release later this year.
Vlorish has also introduced Peer Score, a peer financial wellness score that evaluates multiple facets of finances, providing a more comprehensive view of a user’s financial health, and Taxifile, a real-time tax estimation tool for American federal and state taxes.
In addition, users can share budgets with financial advisors.
Three editions are available, starting with the Personal edition, priced at $20 a month. It is designed for W-2 employees with no self-employment income and no need to compute estimated taxes. At $40 per month, the Business edition is targeted at freelancers and self-employed workers who need budgeting, calculation of profit and loss, and tax estimates.
There is also an Advisor edition for $50 per month, designed for professionals who want to collaborate with clients.