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Your little bundle of joy could start life off deeply in debt and you might not even know it. Here is how to protect the financial identities of the ones you love at every age.
Until recently, it could be expensive and confusing for the average consumer to access their credit scores and reports. A side effect of this was a proliferation of rumors about the best way to manage credit. Like any good urban legend, it’s hard to know exactly where these got started. Since Credit Karma launched in 2008 we’ve heard a lot of them and have done our best to put them to rest.
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Residents of which cities are carrying the most student loan debt and what can they do about it?
The two most popular questions answered: How often do credit scores change and why haven't my credit score changed?
A quick guide to the actions that will negatively impact your credit and those that don't. Spoiler alert: checking your own credit is considered a soft pull and will not affect your credit score.
Your by-the-numbers guide to the impact different credit scores can have on how lenders treat you.
A little history to explain why there is no one true credit score and how you can manage your credit based on the trends of any one since they all start with similar factors.
From bankruptcy to soft inquiry, this glossary of financial tools will empower you to take control of the conversation around your financial future.