SigFig Digs Up $15M For Personal Finance Tools

San Francisco-based SigFig, which develops personal finance software to help people better understand their portfolios and make better investment decisions, has raised $15M in a funding round. The firm said the funding came from Union Square Ventures and Bain Capital Ventures, along wiht existing investor DCM and angels. SigFig's site lets users track their portfolio, analyze investment choices, compare asset allocation, and more. More information »