I was an advisor to a company that sold last year and made enough that my accountant told me I should put some in a retirement account. Otherwise, I'd just be giving it to the government. Going through the process of making the account, funding the account, and getting it funded was painful. There were no mobile apps that simplified the process and had great UX like Robinhood does for buy and selling stocks. I think there's room for a company to make radical product improvements and serve early customers, growing with them over time.
-- Alex Taub, founder of Upstream
- Rishabh posted a problem regarding Fintech from United States of America