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Android's Top 10 Finance Apps

Android's Top 10 Finance Apps

Android Headlines, 2015-03-28

In its most recent Top 10 Best Finance Apps feature, Android Headlines recognized Credit Karma as a useful tool great for anyone wanting to stay on top of their credit for free.

Kids: the most vulnerable to hackers

Kids: the most vulnerable to hackers

Yahoo! Finance, 2015-03-23

Kids are increasingly becoming one of hackers' favorite targets, as their untouched Social Security numbers are a "blank check" for identity thieves. Sites like Credit Karma provide weekly credit reports and credit scores, daily credit monitoring and tools to keep your family safe for free.

23 Billion-Dollar Startups You Should Know

23 Billion-Dollar Startups You Should Know

TheStreet, 2015-03-19

Credit Karma, the free online credit and financial management tool, was recognized as an exciting startup worth knowing more about by TheStreet.

Best Credit Cards for Teens

Best Credit Cards for Teens

Reuters, 2015-03-18

Greg Lull, head of consumer insights at Credit Karma, recommends teenagers build good credit habits early. Young adults can get a personal credit card as early as 18 years old.

These S.F. tech employers have huge hiring plans

These S.F. tech employers have huge hiring plans

San Francisco Business Times, 2015-03-13

Credit Karma was recognized by the San Francisco Business Times as one of the fastest growing tech employers in San Francisco. From 2014 to 2015, Credit Karma has grew 150 percent with plans to grow another 100 percent by 2016.

How to create a family budget

How to create a family budget

Athens Banner-Herald, 2015-02-28

Credit Karma was recommended as a top resource for families seeking to create and stick to a budget.

Are you getting the short-end of the stick with your credit card?

Are you getting the short-end of the stick with your credit card?

Forbes, 2015-02-26

Forbes recognized Credit Karma as one of the best-known sites aiming to help consumers find the best credit cards and tips to improve their credit and finances. The site's free resources include weekly credit scores and credit reports from TransUnion and Equifax, personalized feedback like a consumer's current credit usage and even a credit simulator.

Paid for a credit score? You got ripped off

Paid for a credit score? You got ripped off

CNBC, 2015-02-20

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced that more than 50 million consumers now have free and regular access to their credit score, most commonly through their credit card statements or sites like Credit Karma.

Billion Dollar Club: Credit Karma

Billion Dollar Club: Credit Karma

The Wall Street Journal, 2015-02-19

As a part of a series on startups worth $1 billion or more, The Wall Street Journal profiled Credit Karma.

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