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Credit Karma now helps return unclaimed money

Credit Karma now helps return unclaimed money

TechCrunch, 2017-05-09

Credit Karma launched its new Unclaimed Money feature, which helps consumers find unclaimed money that may belong to them. Credit Karma acquired startup Claimdog to develop the new feature.

The Making of Credit Karma

The Making of Credit Karma

Fast Company, 2017-05-09

Credit Karma is one of the most valuable startups in the world. Fast Company explains how Founder and CEO Kenneth Lin built the multi-billion dollar company.

Can an App Fix Your Credit?

Can an App Fix Your Credit?

Yahoo! Finance, 2017-04-28

Credit Karma's free mobile app provides many different features, which can help you understand your credit health, including free credit scores, credit reports and a credit score simulator.

The World's Top Fintech Companies

The World's Top Fintech Companies

Silicon Republic, 2017-04-24

Credit Karma, one of the world's top financial technology companies, has created a financial marketplace with more than 60 million members in the U.S. alone.

Americans Procrastinating with their Taxes

Americans Procrastinating with their Taxes

Bloomberg, 2017-04-17

Just two days before the deadline, many Americans still haven't completed their taxes. Credit Karma, a new free online tax preparation service, is ready for last-minute tax filers.

Do You Need a Professional Tax Preparer?

Do You Need a Professional Tax Preparer?

The Wall Street Journal, 2017-04-10

Many consumers may not need to pay a professional tax preparer to get their taxes done. Credit Karma is a free do-it-yourself tax preparation service you can use to complete your taxes for online.

Top Tips for Your Tax Refund

Top Tips for Your Tax Refund

Fortune, 2017-04-09

Credit Karma Chief Consumer Advocate Bethy Hardeman shares some smart things you can do with your tax refund if you're expecting money back from the IRS this year.

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