Millennials

Did the CARD Act Really Protect College Student Credit Scores?

October 3, 2016 Before the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure or CARD Act went into effect in 2009, it was a much more common sight to see credit card companies setting up kiosks welcoming students to campus, offering swag in exchange for filling out an application for a college-affinity card. Credit cards branded with […]

Concern for Environment Cuts Across Credit Score

June 24, 2016 It turns out having clean air and water is something almost everyone can agree is important. A Credit Karma survey in late March, 2016 of a cross section of its more than 60 million members to determine what issues they considered priorities in the presidential election found that regardless of age or […]

Everything You Thought You Knew About Millennials May Be Wrong

June 21, 2016 Credit Karma Study Finds 18-34 Year Olds Value American Dream A new survey by Credit Karma finds that contrary to trending criticisms, young people really are interested in “adulting” in pretty traditional ways. They are getting married and buying homes and cars in large numbers. Urban, suburban and rural 18-34 year-olds are […]

What Millennials with the Highest Credit Scores Have in Common

June 9, 2016 Recent college graduates have probably read enough articles about how to improve their credit scores and live happier lives to write a dissertation. Those guidelines are important and we can’t stress enough how essential it is to monitor your credit score, pay bills on time and maintain low balances in order to […]