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I have used the Personal Capital app as something of an aggregator for my accounts, particularly investment once. I tend to use Mint for day to day stuff. For PC, I ignore the advisor stuff.

The important part - Personal Capital now has a cash account through UMB bank that pays 2.3% apy, no minimum, no limit on transactions. I plan to use it. Caveat, since I am out of the country, I won't be setting up this account until the end of the month so I can't say how easy or hard it is to set up and use.

YMMV
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