Update: It looks like Aditya Birla Group has partnered with Network18 to integrate its personal finance product MyUniverse to Moneycontrol.com's portfolio section. The service is currently available on a 30 day trial to users, following which users will have to pay an annual fee of Rs 500 + taxes. The deal period or the financial details of the partnership is however yet undisclosed. Aditya Birla Group had launched MyUniverse last month, allowing users to link their online bank accounts and browse through credit card bills, debit card expenses, loans, mutual funds, FDs, and other financial instruments to view their finances at a single destination. The service also allowed users to add bill reminders for utility and other payments, and offered a payment gateway with Billdesk to facilitate online bill payments. (our review here) As an aside, MyUniverse claims on the registration page that it already has 1.5 lakh users who are managing Rs 4,362 Crores on the platform. It also claims to support more than 3,347 banks, 1,342 loan providers and 3,108 brokerages among others. Earlier (Jan 28): It looks like Intuit is shutting down its personal finance management service 'Intuit Money manager', being offered at Network18's Moneycontrol.com, on February 28, 2013, according to a notice put up on the website's login page. This was first reported by NextBigWhat. We've contacted Web18 for information on what they plan to do next, but from what we hear from sources, they're planning to replace Intuit's service with another one. In August 2009, Intuit and Web18 had signed a three-year partnership…
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