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Credit Karma Brings in $500 Million

Credit Karma Brings in $500 Million

TechCrunch, 2017-06-27

Credit Karma, the San Francisco-based personal finance company, brought in $500 million in revenue in 2016. The company is profitable, reported TechCrunch.

Credit Karma Finds Success in Taxes

Credit Karma Finds Success in Taxes

San Francisco Business Times, 2017-06-27

One million tax returns were filed with the IRS through Credit Karma Tax, the free tax preparation service launched in 2017.

Review: Credit Karma

Review: Credit Karma

PC Magazine, 2017-06-13

Credit Karma was rated "Excellent" in a recent PC Magazine review.

The Essential Personal Finance Apps

The Essential Personal Finance Apps

The Verge, 2017-06-02

"Few apps in this world are too good to be true, but Credit Karma consistently feels like one of them," says Silicon Valley Editor Casey Newton.

How to Make the Most of Your Money

How to Make the Most of Your Money

NBC TODAY Show, 2017-05-24

Personal finance expert Jean Chatzky shares her top tips on how to save money. She also explains how Credit Karma can help you find your missing money.

The Top Financial Technology Companies

The Top Financial Technology Companies

San Francisco Business Times, 2017-05-19

Credit Karma is one of the top-10 financial technology companies in the San Francisco Bay Area according to a recent San Francisco Business Times report.

Here's How To Get Your Unclaimed Money

Here's How To Get Your Unclaimed Money

Refinery29, 2017-05-11

Credit Karma can help you find and claim unclaimed money that may belong to you. When the Refinery29 staff searched for unclaimed money, they found almost $100,000, so a lot of money is out there.

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