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Credit Karma expands credit-reporting access

Credit Karma has announced that it has increased users’ free access to their credit reports. The company will now offer two of the nation’s three largest credit-reporting agencies and updating them on a weekly basis. This move comes just in time for those making New Year’s resolutions to improve their personal finances this year. The new service will also be helpful for those who plan to take out a mortgage in 2015, by allowing them to closely monitor changes to their credit information.

Credit Karma has added credit reports from Equifax in addition to reports from their longstanding relationship with TransUnion. Credit Karma offers members access to the following credit information: credit card utilization, payment history, derogatory remarks, age of credit history, total accounts and credit inquiries. Access to this information is empowering for consumers, not only for financial education but offering them transparency with their credit reports and scores.

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