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A Guide To Escape Debt

A Guide To Escape Debt

Forbes, 2015-05-31

Laura Shin reflects on her experiences with debt and recommends researching balance transfers, lower interest rates and refinancing offers on Credit Karma.

Best Credit Cards for Retirees

Best Credit Cards for Retirees

TheStreet, 2015-05-29

Greg Lull, head of consumer insights at Credit Karma, shares his recommendations for retirees looking for the best credit cards to keep in their wallets.

State agencies want to keep credit reports free from errors

State agencies want to keep credit reports free from errors

Fort-Worth Star-Telegram, 2015-05-29

Over 30 state attorneys generals have reached a settlement with the credit major credit bureaus to help make credit reports more accurate. The Fort-Worth Star-Telegram also recommends checking your credit for errors on free sites like Credit Karma.

Best Credit Cards for College Grads

Best Credit Cards for College Grads

Forbes, 2015-05-28

College grads can use Credit Karma to check their credit score and access their credit report, personalized recommendations and other data-driven tools for free.

Home shopping? These are the best apps.

Home shopping? These are the best apps.

FOX News, 2015-05-28

The most important factor when you are buying a home is likely your credit score. Using the free Credit Karma app, you can maintain and improve your credit so you can understand what types of rates and loans you qualify for.

Mistakes Even Financially Savvy People Make

Mistakes Even Financially Savvy People Make

Forbes, 2015-05-22

Checking your credit report regularly can help you catch identity theft. Sites like Credit Karma provide consumers with their full credit report once a week which can complement the once-a-year free credit reports provided by each of the credit bureaus.

Get Your Credit Score For Free

Get Your Credit Score For Free

Forbes, 2015-05-13

Currently there are more ways to get your credit score for free. Credit Karma is a gimmick-free way to check your credit score and credit report for free.

Credit Costs More Than Just Interest

Credit Costs More Than Just Interest

MainSt, 2015-05-11

Greg Lull, head of consumer insights at Credit Karma, found that the difference between poor and excellent credit can impact the quality of your life beyond interest payments.

Six Things You Just Don't Need To Buy

Six Things You Just Don't Need To Buy

The Christian Science Monitor, 2015-05-10

When you are crafting your budget, you should look for things that just aren't worth paying for. Don't pay for your credit report when sites like Credit Karma provide it for free.

Things People With Excellent Credit Do Every Day

Things People With Excellent Credit Do Every Day

MainSt, 2015-05-06

Great credit doesn't come overnight. Greg Lull, Credit Karma's head of consumer insights, breaks down the habits that people with excellent credit have and what they do every day.

Easy ways to improve your credit

Easy ways to improve your credit

CNBC, 2015-05-05

The first step to improve your credit is to know what it is. Credit Karma provides credit scores and the credit reports that influence them for free.

Five Super Easy Ways to Manage Your Finances

Five Super Easy Ways to Manage Your Finances

Fast Company, 2015-05-01

Managing your credit is an important habit to get into. You can use Credit Karma to check your credit score, credit report and receive push notifications on your phone when anything new happens with your credit.

Master Your Money With These 7 Steps

Master Your Money With These 7 Steps

Greatist, 2015-04-29

Financial experts recommend paying close attention to your credit score. You can check your credit score for free on Credit Karma.

When should I check my credit report?

When should I check my credit report?

Auto Credit Express, 2015-04-18

Auto Credit Express recommends checking your credit report often to find incorrect information. You can access your credit scores and credit reports from TransUnion and Equifax at no charge, updated as often as once a week.

Can financial companies keep current?

Can financial companies keep current?

NASDAQ, 2015-04-14

Nasdaq asks if Experian's new credit tracking app "can stand up to Credit Karma" noting that the "Experian Credit Tracker costs $4.95 for the first month and $19.95 a month after that, whereas Credit Karma is free."

Tips to improve your credit at any age

Tips to improve your credit at any age

CBS MoneyWatch, 2015-04-14

Credit Karma Head of Consumer Insights Greg Lull provides some tips for consumers of every age group to improve their credit.

The Difference Between Credit Karma and Experian

The Difference Between Credit Karma and Experian

Investopedia, 2015-04-01

In a recent overview, Investopedia noted: "It's hard to beat the everything-is-free policy of Credit Karma and its user-friendly website with personalized tips on improving your credit rating."

Don't Make These 10 Common Financial Mistakes

Don't Make These 10 Common Financial Mistakes

Forbes, 2015-04-01

Paying for credit monitoring is something that you don't need to do anymore. Forbes points to sites like Credit Karma that alert you if out of the ordinary things appear on your credit profile.

9 Thrifty Tips to Protect Your Personal Data

9 Thrifty Tips to Protect Your Personal Data

AARP Bulletin, 2015-03-30

Keeping tabs on your credit and personal identity doesn't need to be costly. Credit Karma provides free, real-time credit monitoring of your credit reports without any strings, says AARP Bulletin.

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.

Five Facts on Credit Cards

Five Facts on Credit Cards

WBNS-TV CBS 10, 2015-02-19

WBNS-TV CBS 10 in Columbus, Ohio recommends using Credit Karma to research and compare credit cards before applying.

Tips to boost your credit score if you want to qualify for an auto loan

Tips to boost your credit score if you want to qualify for an auto loan

The Epoch Times, 2015-02-13

For consumers that want to qualify for an auto loan, having a good credit score is often a concern. Visiting Credit Karma is the first step you should take before you go loan shopping, so you can understand what your credit score is and how you can improve it before you apply.

What to do after the Anthem breach

What to do after the Anthem breach

GigaOM, 2015-02-06

Consumers concerned about credit card fraud can get their credit report, credit score and credit monitoring for free on Credit Karma.

Credit Karma's Top 5 Resources

Credit Karma's Top 5 Resources

Investopedia, 2015-02-02

The personalized recommendations and resources available on Credit Karma help its members strengthen their personal finances. Investopedia walks through the top 5 tools available on Credit Karma.

Lenders jockey on free credit scores

Lenders jockey on free credit scores

USA Today, 2015-01-25

More Americans will receive their credit score for free in 2015. Credit Karma offers free credit reports and credit scores from both TransUnion and Equifax, which can be updated every week.

Check Your Credit Score for Free

Check Your Credit Score for Free

The New York Times, 2015-01-07

It's now easier for people to check their credit scores and credit reports for free. Major banks, credit card issuers and online sites, such as Credit Karma, provide consumers free credit scores and credit reports.

Credit Karma Now Provides Two Free Credit Scores

Credit Karma Now Provides Two Free Credit Scores

Forbes, 2014-12-29

Credit Karma members can now receive their free credit score and credit report from two of the three major credit bureaus--TransUnion and Equifax--and compare them side by side each week.

Top Personal Finance Tools

Top Personal Finance Tools

Investopedia, 2014-12-17

Credit Karma was recommended as the top tool to use for consumers wanting to track their credit file and master their personal finances.

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