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Smashing Millennial Myths

Smashing Millennial Myths

SF Weekly, 2016-07-07

We may not be giving millennials enough credit. They are more financially savvy than we think, according to recent research by Credit Karma.

The Savvy Millennials

The Savvy Millennials

American Banker, 2016-07-06

According to the the latest Credit Karma Millennial Report, saving for the future is top-of-mind for many millennials and many of the same milestones of previous generations are still important today.

Is it ever okay for your credit score to drop?

Is it ever okay for your credit score to drop?

The Washington Post, 2016-06-28

Bethy Hardeman, chief consumer advocate at Credit Karma, shares her top credit tips. She reveals that it may not be a big deal if your credit score drops, as long as you're not looking to apply for a new loan in the short-term.

How is Citigroup working with fintech?

How is Citigroup working with fintech?

Fortune, 2016-06-27

Financial technology is becoming increasingly popular. "Fintech" startups like Credit Karma are challenging how Americans see their finances.

What To Do About Credit Card Fraud

What To Do About Credit Card Fraud

GOBankingRates, 2016-06-19

Cameron Huddleston, a writer for GOBankingRates, recalls how she used Credit Karma after finding out her credit card information was stolen.

Why You Should Get Your Credit Score

Why You Should Get Your Credit Score

Yahoo! Finance, 2016-06-14

By understanding your credit, you can take steps to improve it by reducing your debt load and making payments on time. Credit Karma, with its free credit reports and credit scores, can help.

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