Tally’s Jason Brown on fintech’s first debt roboadvisor and an automated financial future

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Yesterday, Tally, the startup looking to automate consumers financial lives, announced it had raised a $50 million Series C round led by Andreessen Horowitz and with participation from Valley heavy hitters Kleiner Perkins, Shasta Ventures, Cowboy Ventures and Sway Ventures.

On the back of the announcement, TechCrunch’s fintech contributor Gregg Schoenberg sat down with Tally’s founder and CEO Jason Brown to discuss the round, Tally’s growth strategy and the company’s vision for an automated financial future.

Gregg Schoenberg: I never like to congratulate people when they raise a big load of capital, because if anything, the pressure is on even more. But just to level set real quickly, are there any numbers you can share that Andreessen Horowitz and the other investors saw that underscored your traction?

Jason Brown: So I agree with you. Internally, the metaphor I use is that it’s kind of like going on a long road trip where you’re stopping in the gas station to get more fuel so you can make it to your destination. You should really celebrate when you’re delivering value to customers.

Schoenberg: In terms of total credit card debt you’re managing, you were at $250mm towards the end of

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