July 23rd, 2015

15 US Cities With the Highest Amount of Auto Loans

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Cars have been a defining element of American life since the first Model T rolled off Henry Ford’s assembly line in 1908.

According to the sales tracking company Autodata, Americans bought 16.5 million new cars in 2014. This fascination isn’t cheap: the average cost of a new car was $31,252 in 2013, according to TrueCar.com, and it’s rising fast.

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July 13th, 2015

Nerds Behind Credit Karma: Danni

It’s time for another edition of Nerds Behind Credit Karma. Last month, we introduced you to Martin, one of our awesome Software Engineers. Today, you get to meet a Front End Engineer: Danni!

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June 26th, 2015

Addressing the Snowballing Problem of Student Debt

Addressing the Snowballing Problem of Student Debt

Whether it’s a New York Times op-ed going viral, or scathing comments from Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, there’s hardly a day that goes by without some new voice adding itself to the growing debate over what to do about student loan debt in America.

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April 16th, 2015

Five Tips For Successful Financial Spring Cleaning

Five Tips For Successful Financial Spring Cleaning

As we move into spring and the days get longer and warmer, here are five tips to help inspire some financial spring-cleaning to get your finances in order.

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February 25th, 2015

2/24 Savings Strategies for Paying Off Debt Tweetchat Recap

Tweetchat Savings Strategies for Paying Off Debt (Recap!)

As part of America Saves Week 2015, we teamed up with America Saves to talk about how you can balance saving with paying off debt and how you can save money while tackling your debt.

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February 18th, 2015

2/17 Student Loans 101 Tweetchat Recap

Tweetchat Student Loans 101 (Recap!)

We teamed up with SALT, a free educational program helping students get their college degree in a financialy responsible way, to talk about the ins and outs of student loans.

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February 4th, 2015

2/3 How Millennials Can Buy a Home Tweetchat Recap

Tweetchat How Millennials Can Buy a Home (Recap!)

Learn how Millennials can buy a home while they're still young with Lauren Bowling of L Bee and the Money Tree!

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January 28th, 2015

1/27 Teaching Kids About Money Tweetchat Recap

Tweetchat Teaching Kids About Money (Recap!)

Is it possible to make credit and finance so easy that even a kid can understand? We think so!

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January 22nd, 2015

1/27/15 Tweetchat: Teaching Kids About Money

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Join our Tweetchat on Tuesday, January 27 at 2PM PST. We'll be chatting about the best ways to teach your kids about money.

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January 21st, 2015

1/20 Simplifying Your Finances Tweetchat Recap

Tweetchat: Simplifying Your Finances (Recap!)

We all know finances can be confusing and difficult, but they don't have to be. Read our Tweetchat recap for tips and tools on simplifying your finances!

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