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When should I check my credit report?

When should I check my credit report?

Auto Credit Express, 2015-04-18

Auto Credit Express recommends checking your credit report often to find incorrect information. You can access your credit scores and credit reports from TransUnion and Equifax at no charge, updated as often as once a week.

Can financial companies keep current?

Can financial companies keep current?

NASDAQ, 2015-04-14

Nasdaq asks if Experian's new credit tracking app "can stand up to Credit Karma" noting that the "Experian Credit Tracker costs $4.95 for the first month and $19.95 a month after that, whereas Credit Karma is free."

Tips to improve your credit at any age

Tips to improve your credit at any age

CBS MoneyWatch, 2015-04-14

Credit Karma Head of Consumer Insights Greg Lull provides some tips for consumers of every age group to improve their credit.

The Difference Between Credit Karma and Experian

The Difference Between Credit Karma and Experian

Investopedia, 2015-04-01

In a recent overview, Investopedia noted: "It's hard to beat the everything-is-free policy of Credit Karma and its user-friendly website with personalized tips on improving your credit rating."

Don't Make These 10 Common Financial Mistakes

Don't Make These 10 Common Financial Mistakes

Forbes, 2015-04-01

Paying for credit monitoring is something that you don't need to do anymore. Forbes points to sites like Credit Karma that alert you if out of the ordinary things appear on your credit profile.

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