22 Feb '14, 3pm

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by Mark Schreiber , Salary.sg guest contributor Salary.sg is pleased to interview the software developer of a new mobile personal finance app. Meiwin Fu is a software engineer with 10 years of experience under his belt. Currently working at a small startup in Singapore, he builds software products for enterprises. The name of Meiwin’s personal finance app is “Clara”. It is designed to help the user perform money management tasks “easily and effortlessly”. Download the Clara iOS app today (click this link to install from App Store). Interview Salary.sg: You’re an entrepreneur here in Singapore who has published several personal finance apps, including Piggie and now Clara. How can Clara benefit our readers here at Salary.sg? Meiwin: I believe that everyone would love to know that they are good with their money, that is you work hard to earn it, spend responsibly and invest ...

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