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5 Signs Your Spouse Is a Financial Tiger Woods

5 Signs Your Spouse Is a Financial Tiger Woods

The Motley Fool, 2009-12-23

According to CreditKarma.com's November U.S. Consumer Credit Score Climate Report, among those who have credit cards, the average balance increased 4% from October and has risen 14% since June.

You Can And Should Check Your Credit Profile For Free

You Can And Should Check Your Credit Profile For Free

USA Today, 2009-12-22

You can update your score as often as you want. If you're working to raise your score, this will help you gauge your progress. Credit Karma CEO Ken Lin recommends checking for updates once a month.

News 4 Broadcast

News 4 Broadcast

WLOS (ABC), 2009-12-21

Credit Karma is mentioned in News 4 broadcast!

Smart Shopper: Don't Pay To Clean Up Your Credit Score

Smart Shopper: Don't Pay To Clean Up Your Credit Score

ABC15 News, 2009-12-20

The first site is Credit Karma. You create your account and you can see your credit score right away and at anytime. You can then look at your report card, which grades you on the major things that impact your score.

Home Buyers Need Good Credit Score Even With 20% Down Payment

Home Buyers Need Good Credit Score Even With 20% Down Payment

USA Today, 2009-12-18

In recent months, though, several services, such as Quizzle, Credit Karma and Credit.com have launched programs that provide free credit profiles. These websites can provide a useful snapshot of your credit standing and provide tips on how to improve it.

Organize Your Digital Life

Organize Your Digital Life

MickMel, 2009-12-17

Credit Karma takes it a step further. They'll show you your updated credit score each month, and give tips and advice on how to improve it. Being able to track it over time can be very valuable, and their advice can be quite useful if you don't know what steps you need to take to improve your score.

What to Do in 2010: Banking, Loans, and Credit Cards

What to Do in 2010: Banking, Loans, and Credit Cards

CBS MoneyWatch, 2009-12-16

Ken Lin, CEO of CreditKarma.com, a credit-score service, says card issuers these days often toughen up "on a batch basis" without paying much attention to the particular cardholder's history.

Know Your Limits

Know Your Limits

St. Joseph News Press, 2009-12-16

For example, CreditKarma.com offers a free daily credit score update. The site also keeps track of past scores so you can monitor progress, and has a report card for grading you on factors that affect scores. Moreover, you have access on this site to a credit-simulator, which can show how scores might change if you applied for a new credit card or line of credit.

Your Credit Karma

Your Credit Karma

The Coors Credit Union Blog, 2009-12-15

What I like about the Credit Karma site is the simulation piece. Recently FICO revealed the formula for how your actions affect your score. Credit Karma includes a simulator that shows you how various actions might change your score, based on FICOs secrets.

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