October 16th, 2014
Many of us have been there, where our credit score drops and we’re left wondering what exactly happened. As part of Creditober, we’ll be talking about why credit scores drop in our next Tweetchat. So join us on Tuesday, October 21 at 2pm PST to learn and share your credit knowledge!
And if you can’t make it to this week’s CKchat, but would still like to contribute, leave a comment below with some ways you can recover from a credit score drop and we may share it during the Tweetchat!
October 3rd, 2014
Join our Tweetchat on Tuesday, October 7th at 2PM PST. This week we'll be discussing how your credit score affects the car-buying process.
October 1st, 2014
Credit Karma will be celebrating #Creditober all month long! Follow our blog and social media accounts for all things credit.
September 26th, 2014
Join our Tweetchat on Tuesday, September 30 at 2PM PST. This week's topic: how to save money in college. Come ready to chat, and get a chance to win a prize! Follow us on Twitter and use #CKchat to participate.
September 22nd, 2014
August 15th, 2014
To celebrate our newest feature (full credit reports!), we had an engaging discussion with our Twitter followers about the importance of checking and reviewing your credit report regularly. Here's how it went!
January 21st, 2014
The journeys to the perfect marshmallow and excellent credit health are remarkably similar. Check out the sweet parallels:
January 1st, 2014
New Years Resolutions aren’t typically successful, so we wanted to give you an extra dose of tips so you can start 2014 off right. Enjoy!
December 2nd, 2013
In this Credit Karma FAQ video, Bethy and Ezra tackle another commonly asked question in our Credit Advice Center: "Will Paying Off My Auto Loan Increase My Credit Score?" The answer is tricky, as it depends on your specific situation. Check out the video to learn more!
May 6th, 2013
For one out of four Americans, “cash only” is a way of life. 17 million Americans lack access to any type of formal bank account and are classified as “unbanked.” In addition, 51 million Americans do access basic bank services such as a savings account, yet they still rely on alternative financial institutions as well. These individuals might frequent check-cashing joints, fall prey to payday lenders, and often incur exorbitant fees associated with such alternative banking methods.