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Credit Karma

Credit Karma

Credit Karma is championing financial progress for all. This includes tools for credit and identity monitoring, credit card recommendations, shopping for loans (car, home and personal), growing their savings* and filing their taxes with Credit Karma Tax -- all for free. Credit Karma was acquired by Intuit in 2020.

Credit Karma is championing financial progress for all. This includes tools for credit and identity monitoring, credit card recommendations, shopping for loans (car, home and personal), growing their savings* and filing their taxes with Credit Karma Tax -- all for free. Credit Karma was acquired by Intuit in 2020.

Their growth story

Credit Karma began with a single service: to provide credit scores for free.

Now, it offers credit and identity monitoring, financial planning tools, credit card recommendations, savings accounts, free tax filing, and more to over 100 million registered users.

Today, Credit Karma serves over 100 million registered users, and brings in more than $1 billion in revenue annually. It employs 1,300 people in its offices in San Francisco, Charlotte, Los Angeles, Leeds, London and soon, Oakland.


Championing financial progress for over 100 million members

”CapitalG has been instrumental in growing both our technology and product opportunities. Their unique perspective and framework of scale has been invaluable to Credit Karma.” 

Kenneth Lin, Founder and CEO