December 2nd, 2013

How Does Being an Authorized User Affect My Credit Score?

In this Credit Karma FAQ video, Bethy and Ezra (and some special guests!) tackle another commonly asked question in our Credit Advice Center: “How Does Being an Authorized User Affect My Credit Score?” In short, it can help it… but it can also hurt it. Check out the video to learn more!

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November 19th, 2013

Will Paying Off My Auto Loan Affect My Credit Score? – Part 2

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Yesterday, we talked about one situation in which paying off an auto loan early might not be a good idea. Now we're back, exploring a different scenario. Check it out!

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November 18th, 2013

Will Paying Off My Auto Loan Affect My Credit Score? – Part 1

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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!

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August 19th, 2013

How Can I See All Three of My Credit Scores?

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In this Credit Karma FAQ video, Bethy and Ezra tackle another commonly asked question in our Credit Advice Center: "How can I see all three of my credit scores?" The answer is tricky, as it turns out you have way more than three credit scores. Check out the video to learn more!

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August 23rd, 2012

Why Did My Credit Score Drop?

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It's never a fun surprise to see that your credit score dropped. Unfortunately, you can't always fix it right away, but you can sometimes figure out what might have caused it. Score drops usually break down into three categories: Things you did, things you didn't do and things someone else did.

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June 21st, 2012

Should You Pay Off Your Credit Card in Full Every Month?

In this Credit Karma FAQ video, Bethy and Ezra tackle one of the most popular questions in the Credit Advice Center: Is it better to pay off a credit card every month or make payments toward the balance every month? Do you know the answer? Watch the video to see our take!

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May 16th, 2012

What Is a Good Credit Score? Part 2

Last time we talked about how, in general, a credit score of 720 is good enough to get your the best rates on most loans. Now we're back, talking in more detail about what exactly makes a credit score "good."

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May 9th, 2012

What Is a Good Credit Score? Part 1

In the latest Credit Karma video series, Bethy and Ezra take a brief look at one of our most commonly asked questions in the Credit Advice Center: What is a good credit score?

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April 20th, 2012

How Do I Improve My Poor Credit?

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In this new video series, Bethy and Ezra will answer some of the most frequently asked questions in the
Credit Advice Center. Today's video was prompted by one of the most popular questions (with more than 200 responses!), "I have really poor credit, how can I begin to fix it?"

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March 22nd, 2012

Win money with SaveUp and TurboTax!

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We've reviewed SaveUp before, and now we're excited to announce their latest partnership with TurboTax! SaveUp and TurboTax are giving you three different chances to win cash. No tax refund? No problem. You can play to win $1,000 or as much as $10,000. Watch the video for more details!

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