Stimulus checks: Americans say financial stability depends on economic impact payments
About 54% of people who received first-round stimulus checks believe that the money helped them make ends meet this spring, as millions felt the financial crunch of the surging coronavirus pandemic and the historic job losses that followed. And 55% of those surveyed feel that their financial stability depended on receiving a second check, according to a new Credit Karma/Qualtrics survey.
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I sold Credit Karma to Intuit for $8.1 billion. It was the biggest decision of my career and taught me 4 important lessons
Kenneth Lin is the founder and CEO of Credit Karma, a personal-finance company that was sold to Intuit for a whopping $8.1 billion in one of the biggest fintech deals of 2020. In this personal op-ed, he says joining with Intuit felt like dating at first, and it took months of "dating more seriously" to decide on the acquisition.
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