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How to Create Solid New Year's Resolutions

How to Create Solid New Year's Resolutions

U.S. News & World Report, 2016-01-06

Bethy Hardeman, chief consumer advocate at Credit Karma, explains how to set financial goals and keep them in the upcoming year.

How to Negotiate Your Bills

How to Negotiate Your Bills

GOBankingRates, 2016-01-05

Did you know that many fees and interest charges can be changed, if you just ask? Chief Consumer Advocate Bethy Hardeman shares which fees can be negotiated on your credit card bill and how to get started.

Five Resolutions to Improve Your Finances in 2016

Five Resolutions to Improve Your Finances in 2016

International Business Times, 2015-12-31

If you're looking to improve your credit score in 2016, Credit Karma's free credit score simulator can help you see how different actions can impact your credit score.

The Top 20 "Unicorn" Startups To Work For

The Top 20 "Unicorn" Startups To Work For

Business Insider, 2015-12-29

According to a poll of employees on Glassdoor, Credit Karma was judged to be one of the best startups valued at over $1 billion or more to work for.

Money Resolutions For The New Year

Money Resolutions For The New Year

Forbes, 2015-12-29

Your credit score is one of the most important numbers for your finances. Using Credit Karma, you can access your credit scores and personalized recommendations to improve your credit for free on a regular basis.

Best Ways To Bounce Back From The Holidays

Best Ways To Bounce Back From The Holidays

GOBankingRates, 2015-12-26

Bethy Hardeman, chief consumer advocate at Credit Karma, shares some tips to improve your personal finances and credit after your holiday shopping.

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