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Goldman Sachs is one step closer to creating what it calls the digital bank of the future.

The bank has just released the first version of a personal finance management tool that gives customers of its Marcus retail brand a top-down view of all their financial accounts, as well as insights into spending and a monthly snapshot of their budget, according to Adam Dell, a Goldman partner and head of product at Marcus.

The feature, called Marcus Insights, is the latest step…


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