Millennials across the country have been an active segment of the more than 60 million Credit Karma members who use Credit Karma tools to monitor their credit, find better credit card and loan offers and make data-based financial decisions.
For complete survey findings, visit: Everything You Thought You Knew About Millennials May Be Wrong.
Credit Karma Millennial Report Methodology
Credit Karma, in partnership with Qualtrics, surveyed 1,016 18 – 34 year-olds between May 25 and June 3, 2016 to ask their opinions on 33 questions. All data was aggregated and anonymized.
About Credit Karma
Credit Karma's goal is to save Americans time and money. Through analysis of more than 60 million members' finances, Credit Karma researches and recommends credit cards, loans and insurance based on each individual's specific credit profile, drastically simplifying some of the most confusing and tedious yet important tasks in personal finance.
The company started by providing free credit scores to recreate the financial industry around people instead of banks. It continues to expand its completely free offerings including its Credit Score Simulator, credit monitoring and friendly, personalized information to help each person understand and make the most of their individual situation.
To create a free account, visit www.CreditKarma.com or download the mobile app from the Google Play™ or Apple® App Store℠.
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