November 12th, 2015
According to an FTC study, one-in-four consumers have an error on their credit report that could affect their credit score. A credit report error, such as a fraudulent account or incorrect account details, can have a powerful impact on a consumer’s financial health. These errors can affect everything from the terms and rates a consumer is offered on credit cards to their ability to rent an apartment.
November 5th, 2015
Owning a home is a hallmark of American life. People often chase the ideal of having a house, a vehicle and a grill they can use during cookouts with friendly neighbors. There’s just one problem, according to Zillow home prices have been rising steadily since 2012, with many buyers also held back by stricter lending standards in the market since the housing crash in 2007.
November 3rd, 2015
October 22nd, 2015
It’s a well hashed-out narrative in the media today, which deepens with every new home sales report: the average age of first-time homebuyers is rising as Millennials face several obstacles in their path to home ownership.
October 14th, 2015
A lot of people are embarrassed to talk about their finances. At Credit Karma we want to change that. In August, we launched a new video series, “My Money Stories,” featuring real people talking about their journeys with finances, credit and debt. We’ve been posting new stories on YouTube across the last two months and wanted to update you on this new content.
October 12th, 2015annual list of ideal companies for people to start their careers, based on a survey of partners from leading VC firms. It’s exciting to see our commitment to a consumer-driven business recognized alongside other prestigious companies.
October 12th, 2015
It’s time for another edition of Nerds Behind Credit Karma. Today, you get to meet Senior Data Scientist, Nikos!
October 9th, 2015
With student loan debt increasing by over $3,000 per second in the USA and the price of a college degree rising over the last 30 years at more than three times the rate of inflation, when they’re thinking about which universities to attend, students today are looking out at a much different economic landscape than their parents.
October 5th, 2015
As the election campaign heats up on each side of the aisle, student loans have become a central issue. In 2003, Americans held over $250 billion in student debt. Today, it's almost $1.3 trillion. According to MarketWatch, student loan debt in America is increasing by over $3,000 every second.
September 22nd, 2015