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Millennials Really Do Want Cars

Millennials Really Do Want Cars

Forbes, 2016-09-26

Recent research by Credit Karma shows that many millennials still want to buy a car. In fact 78 percent of millennials already do own a car.

The Healthiest Employers of the Bay Area

The Healthiest Employers of the Bay Area

San Francisco Business Times, 2016-09-09

For the third consecutive year Credit Karma has been recognized as one of the healthiest employers in the San Francisco Bay Area.

The Apps You Need To Download Now To Manage Your Money

The Apps You Need To Download Now To Manage Your Money

Brit + Co, 2016-09-04

Brit + Co recommended Credit Karma as one of the top apps every twentysomething should download. The free app allows you to see your credit scores, credit reports and manage your credit for free.

Good Habits That Might Hurt Your Credit?

Good Habits That Might Hurt Your Credit?

Lifehacker, 2016-08-31

If your bank offers you a higher credit limit on your credit report, you might think it's a good idea to turn it down if you aren't going to use it. However, data from Credit Karma shows that credit utilization, or how much of your credit limits you're currently using, has a large impact on your credit score.

Credit Karma Doesn't Hurt Your Credit Score

Credit Karma Doesn't Hurt Your Credit Score

Investopedia, 2016-08-24

Using Credit Karma won't cause your credit score to drop. The service uses a "soft inquiry" to check your credit report and credit score for free. Soft inquiries don't affect your credit score.

These Apps Help You Save Money

These Apps Help You Save Money

Wired, 2016-08-18

Credit Karma analyzes your credit profile to find you better credit cards, loans and insurance so you can save on your monthly payments.

Best Identity Protection May Be Free

Best Identity Protection May Be Free

Investopedia, 2016-08-17

Companies that promise protection from identity theft may be expensive or ineffective. Credit Karma can help you keep track of your credit with its free credit monitoring service.

Why Not Using Your Credit Card Can Hurt Your Credit

Why Not Using Your Credit Card Can Hurt Your Credit

mental_floss, 2016-08-15

Showing that you can use your credit cards responsibly each month by making payments on time and in full can help build your credit score. You can track your credit and learn more tips about how you might be able to improve your credit score by using Credit Karma.

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