August 16th, 2011

Credit Karma Chat: What does the U.S. credit downgrade mean for you?

Bethy and Justine get specific about what the credit downgrade is and what it means for consumers.

Read more tips about how you should react in our blog post, “6 Tips on Dealing with the U.S. Credit Downgrade.”

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July 20th, 2011

The Karma Count: The New Free Credit Scores In 3 Quick Facts

Starting July 21, lenders will be required to provide your free credit score if you are denied a loan or credit application, or if you are charged a higher interest rate because of your credit score.

What does this mean for you and me? In this first episode of “The Karma Count,” our credit advisor, Justine fills us in on the details in just two minutes.

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May 9th, 2011

Credit Karma Q&A: Credit Over-Utilization and Tax Liens

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Last week we hard credit inquiries and accounts in collections, and this week we’re discussing how negative actions with credit over-utilization and tax liens affect your credit score.

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October 26th, 2009

Monday’s Personal Finance & Credit Report News

Did you know that the U.S is about to hit its credit limit? Apparently we might be running into the government’s self-imposed $12.1 trillion dollar debt ceiling as soon as November if U.S Treasury sales keep up. Makes your current credit problems not too bad after all, huh? While Uncle Sam isn’t setting the best […]

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September 9th, 2009

Credit Grade: Get an A+ with the Credit Karma Credit Report Card

Wouldn’t life be easier if understanding the pages of incomprehensible data that make up your credit report and your seemingly arbitrary credit score were as easy as learning your ABCs? The Credit Report Card does just that, breaking down your credit report data into a simple, easy-to-understand A-F letter grading system detailing your performance in […]

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February 10th, 2009

Thank You for the Continued Support

In the next few days, we expect to register our 250,000th member. As such, I think this is an appropriate time to pause and thank our members for their continued support in helping us reach this milestone. We started Credit Karma with the simple belief that consumers have a fundamental right to access their credit […]

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February 8th, 2009

Credit Karma Roundup – All You Need is Love (and Money!)

Good morning and hello to all our readers. This week’s edition gives a big nod to the wonderful writers and bloggers out in the financial sphere of the web. Learn their take on the economy, credit, and debt by reading some of the highlighted articles below. Economy: Senate Amendment to 2009 Stimulus Bill: $15,000 Credit […]

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February 1st, 2009

Credit Karma Roundup – The Super Massive Link Love Edition

Hello and welcome to February, it’s a brand new month! Today’s edition of Credit Karma’s roundup is stuffed to the gills with news articles and blog posts about the economy and the state of your finances. For easy perusal we’ve broken the links down into the main categories of economy, credit scores, credit cards, debt, […]

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December 14th, 2008

Credit Karma Weekly Roundup – Let it Snow!

Good morning readers! Below are several articles pulled for your reading pleasure. We hope you find them useful and interesting. They’re sorted by category or topic of interest to make finding and selecting reads easier. Have a great rest of the weekend and we’ll see you here again next week. National Credit and Economic News: […]

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October 26th, 2008

Roundup: Credit Credit Credit

This week’s roundup takes a look into the blogosphere on credit cards and credit scores. There’s a bit on debt and the national credit crisis for those looking into those subjects. It’s important to keep yourself well informed of what is going on in the economy. We hope you enjoy the edition – drop us […]

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