Credit Karma is changing tax filing like we changed credit. Starting in January, you won’t have to pay to file your taxes. Today we are launching Credit Karma Tax, an easy tax solution that most Americans can use to file their federal and state taxes.
In this article featured in Inc., Kenneth Lin shares findings from a new Credit Karma report shows young people focused on traditional "adulting" goals of starting a family, buying a house and launching a career.
Denying someone a job because of those negative marks is only placing a further financial burden on them. It is the wrong decision to make, and it’s only making it harder for those in need to help themselves.
Educating consumers about the ins and outs of their student loans and the rights they have will help them start to take control back. Student loan debt can make people feel powerless. Missed payments and defaults have long-term negative impacts for borrowers. It is important that borrowers know the nitty-gritty details of their loans, their interest rates, their payment terms and any potential grace periods they might have. Let's demand more support for financial literacy.
It’s been a hugely exciting time at Credit Karma the last couple of months. As you might have read in the news, we closed a $175 million Series D financing round at the end of June, to help us drive major new additions to our product that we think will make Credit Karma an even more efficient and effective tool.
Credit Karma will now offer VantageScore 3.0 by TransUnion, the joint effort by the three major credit bureaus, designed to bring more consistency among credit scores.