Money Magazine's March 2013 review of the best financial apps and websites included a website called SIGFIG (http://www.sigfig.com
). It gathers your data from your brokerage/mutual fund websites to track your investments, assess your asset allocation and risk level, and make recommendations - it according to Money, "checks for hidden fees, overcharges, and underperforming funds, and suggests alternatives."
Has anyone used this site and care to comment? I took a look and perhaps am a little nervous since you need to provide the sign-on information for your accounts (though they have lots of words about how secure they keep the info, no one sees it as it is instantly encrypted, etc., etc.). But it seems like it can be useful and save time from having to manually key and maintain the information.