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Concerns for Fintech's Most Prominent Startups

Concerns for Fintech's Most Prominent Startups

The Washington Post, 2015-08-27

Financial-minded startups have grown in number recently. A few of the fastest-growing private companies are financial services startups with some--like personal financial management hub Credit Karma--reaching the "unicorn" status with valuations exceeding $1 billion. The Washington Post explores how these startups may further challenge the financial services industry.

The 9 Leaders in FinTech

The 9 Leaders in FinTech

Payment Week, 2015-08-24

Companies that use technology to solve problems in financial services are becoming increasingly popular. Credit Karma, a free credit resource, first received attention during the financial crisis of 2007 and has been a fixture in financial technology since.

Do It! Check Your Credit Report!

Do It! Check Your Credit Report!

WFMY-TV CBS 2, 2015-08-19

People frequently don't check their credit report, although they should. Sites like Credit Karma make it easy for you to check your credit score, credit reports and get educational resources regularly.

Five "Good Credit Tips" That Are Actually Bad

Five "Good Credit Tips" That Are Actually Bad

Business Insider, 2015-08-13

There are many myths about how to improve your credit. Credit Karma provides its members with credit scores, credit reports and other resources to improve your credit for free.

The Best Startups from 500 Startups

The Best Startups from 500 Startups

VentureBeat, 2015-08-11

Startup accelerator 500 Startups announced its 13th batch of startups recently. Among 500 Startups' successes is personal finance hub Credit Karma, which is valued at over $3 billion.

Silicon Valley is Coming for Wall Street

Silicon Valley is Coming for Wall Street

CNBC, 2015-08-10

Over $12 billion was invested by venture capital firms into financial service startups in 2014 alone. Credit Karma is a leader in personal finance.

The Road to a Great Credit Score

The Road to a Great Credit Score

Investopedia, 2015-08-04

In a recent report the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau found that many Americans are "credit invisible" because they don't have a credit score. Credit Karma launched a new service for them, allowing them to take positive steps to build their credit.

Seven Great Personal Finance Management Apps

Seven Great Personal Finance Management Apps

Tech.co, 2015-08-04

Credit Karma provides an entire suite of tools, services and resources to help you manage your money. Beyond free credit scores and credit reports, the app monitors your financial accounts and recommends better alternatives for credit cards, loans and auto insurance.

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