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The Emergence of VantageScore

The Emergence of VantageScore

Yahoo! News, 2016-02-05

Founded in 2006, VantageScore credit scores have quickly gained traction. Bethy Hardeman, chief consumer advocate at Credit Karma, explains what this means for consumers and how the VantageScore differs from other credit scoring models.

20 with Messed Up Finances? There's Help.

20 with Messed Up Finances? There's Help.

ABC News, 2016-02-04

Credit Karma found nearly 70% of Americans made a significant financial mistake in their early 20s. Thankfully, ABC News reports there are educational resources to help.

Your Credit Matters The Most In Your 20s

Your Credit Matters The Most In Your 20s

Forbes, 2016-01-29

Recent research by Credit Karma found that many Americans make their first credit mistakes before turning 30. Building and maintaining your credit wisely in your 20s can mean the difference of thousands of dollars.

Don't Forget About Your Credit In Retirement

Don't Forget About Your Credit In Retirement

The Motley Fool, 2016-01-29

Retirees often forget about their credit, but they should be prepared for financial emergencies or unexpected expenses. Credit Karma can help you stay on top of your credit.

Best Apps for Small Business Owners

Best Apps for Small Business Owners

Fundera, 2016-01-27

Fundera reports that Credit Karma is a must-have for small business owners, as it provides free credit scores for free on the go.

Starting a Business? Know Your Credit First.

Starting a Business? Know Your Credit First.

The Huffington Post, 2016-01-26

Before you open your business, make sure you're armed with all the right financial information. Credit Karma provides free credit scores and credit reports as often as once a week so you can stay informed.

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