Debt advice borrowers can actually trust

We’ve unbundled smart financial advice from advertising and paywalls. Our only ulterior motive is to help people make better borrowing decisions so they can save money.

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Borrowing is complicated. And expensive.

$155,000Average household debt in America
>$6,500How much US households typically overpay on a mortgage
16.45%Average interest rate on credit card debt
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>$100 billion/yearThe amount Americans overpay on borrowing
↑ 51% Increase in personal debt over the last decade

Better debt management

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Greater financial health

With Solve Finance, it’s easy to make smarter financial moves. Our technology analyzes an individual’s situation and goals against the market to identify their best-possible savings opportunities.

Borrowers can save over $1,000 a year on average.

Why choose Solve Finance

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It's hard to find this level of simple, unbiased financial advice online.

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We value privacy and don’t sell users or their data for money.

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There are never hidden costs passed on to end users.

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Like-minded partners can easily leverage our tech via widget or API.

For businesses

Explore opportunities to leverage our tech, join our marketplace, or both.

We're doing things differently

We believe that trusting the financial advice you get should be the norm, not the exception. So we’re building a financial community that values unbiased advice above making a quick profit

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With rising costs, we wanted to help our team. Solve Finance has helped answer questions and lower stress points around their finances. Thank you Solve!
- Franklin Credit, Glenn Murphy
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Visualization of my finances makes it easier to understand where to start in terms of fixing my score and getting out of debt.
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I would recommend it to an average person who is intimidated by math, if you are looking for something incredibly simple.
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