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How do I connect a 401K plan? I want to connect it to credit karma

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Credit Karma does not currently support linking for brokerage, investment or IRA accounts. We understand that this is a feature our members are interested in, and we hope to be able to provide this service in the future. Unfortunately, we're currently unable to estimate when this may become available.

Please stay tuned!

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401k

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I'd like to know, too. Yea, it has nothing to do with your credit, but neither does my savings account and I can add that to their "assets". That's the whole point of it, to track your assets.

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401 Fidelity Account Linking

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Any update on when you will allow these accounts to be linked in CreditKarma?

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401k

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it has nothing to do with your credit but it does releate to your assets

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just not helpful

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just not helpful - maybe everyone should try Mint.com instead of creditkarma.com

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