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What is Chase's "5/24 Rule"?

What is Chase's "5/24 Rule"?

Yahoo! Finance, 2016-04-13

Recent changes by JPMorgan Chase to their credit card application requirements have been lamented by credit card "churners," people who sign up for many cards at once. Chief Consumer Advocate Bethy Hardeman, however, explains that these people are in the minority and Chase's changes won't affect many people's access to credit cards.

How to Improve Your Credit Score

How to Improve Your Credit Score

Forbes, 2016-04-07

Many Americans made mistakes in their youth that damaged their credit, according to research from Credit Karma. Here's how to improve your credit score if this happened to you.

Top Companies in Financial Technology

Top Companies in Financial Technology

The New York Times, 2016-04-07

According to a report by The New York Times, Credit Karma is the highest valued personal finance company in financial technology.

Most Influential People in Lending

Most Influential People in Lending

Mayava Capital, 2016-04-04

Credit Karma Founder and CEO Kenneth Lin was recognized as one of the top leaders in lending by Mayava Capital in its inaugural Marketplace Lending Power 20 list.

Unicorns Born in the Recession

Unicorns Born in the Recession

CB Insights, 2016-04-01

Founded in the thick of the Global Financial Crisis of 2007-2009, Credit Karma learned to be financially disciplined. It is now one of the highest valued private companies backed by venture capital today.

Millennials in Norfolk Overspending

Millennials in Norfolk Overspending

WVEC-TV ABC 13, 2016-04-01

Research by Credit Karma found that millennials in Norfolk, Va. have one of the highest credit utilization rates in the country. A high credit utilization may lower your credit score.

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