Your free credit score and more - from the makers of TurboTax. See the three key numbers that matter: Credit Score, Debt to Income, and Income.
Do you know the three key numbers that matter to your financial health, and how lenders may view you?* Get all three with Turbo, FREE from the makers of TurboTax. Powered by your tax and credit data.
• CREDIT SCORE - Includes explanations to help you understand the "why's" behind it, plus insights to help your improve. Checking your credit with Turbo will never hurt your credit score.
• CREDIT REPORT - Easy-to-read credit report includes full details on credit card usage, payment history, average age of credit, total accounts, credit inquiries, derogatory marks, and more.
• CREDIT MONITORING - Get help spotting identity theft with 24/7 credit monitoring* and alerts as soon as we notice new or suspicious activity on your credit report.
• INCOME - A critical component of your financial health and how much you can borrow.
• DEBT TO INCOME (DTI) - A key financial health indicator that shows if you're living within your means, and helps determine how big of a loan you can get.
• PERSONALIZED ADVICE - Turbo gives you customized tips for better money management: Improve your numbers, pay off your debt sooner (student loan, mortgage, credit card and more), save and grow your money.
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*Credit reporting provided by TransUnion. There are various types of credit scores, and lenders use a variety of scores to make lending decisions. The credit score provided by Turbo may not be the specific credit score used by your lender.
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Ratings and Reviews
Best financial planner I’ve ever used!
I’ve always been a little overwhelmed by Credit scores and keeping track of my finances. Turbo lays out all the information in an easy to view and understand way, and even explains how each thing affects your credit score, like the age of your accounts and even the exact amount you have on each and how credit companies view them. I’ve been using Turbo and its advice to pay down my credit cards in a smart way and manage both my finances and my credit score. I actually check it almost every day and eagerly await the updated score each month. Thank you so much for helping me finally understand! :)
Focus on lender metrics is great! Needs pull feature.
Debt to Income is huge in the lending world but so few people are even aware of the metric, let alone how to calculate it. Great to see an app that put same info in front of the borrower as the lender.
My frustration is that after the initial data pull, there’s no clear way to update your data. I understand the app is pulling your credit report to get info on which accounts you have and the payments for each, but it’s not clear if it only does this once or repeats it each time you open the app, or once weekly, or monthly, etc.
Since I got the app, my debts have changed and their associated payments, and therefore my dti should change. Though the app says it’s collecting my info when it first opens, the data doesn’t actually update.
To verify, I ran a test by downloading the app on another device. I did get a different set of numbers.
I’d recommend adding a manual data pull feature where you can force the app to pull your current credit report data.
Good start to what may become a great app
I like this app as it provides an easy way to determine your financial health. The most useful element for me is the comparisons to others in my age group as it helps me determine how I’m doing and what areas I need to focus on to improve.
That said, the current app is limited to only 3 data points: income, credit score, and debt-to-income ratio. I would also like to see net worth (pulled in from my Mint account) broken out by assets (i.e. cash, investments, real estate & other property) and debt (i.e. student loans, credit cards, mortgage) with the same ability to compare each category and sub-category to others my age.
Furthermore, other useful metrics would around savings rates (i.e. % of income saved in retirement plans, total % of income saved). It would also be nice to see both state and national averages.
I love Intuit’s other products and hope they can turn Turbo into something that can really help people level set where they stand in terms of overall financial health.
Hi there, thanks so much for sharing your experience with us. We greatly value honest feedback from our customers as it gives us the opportunity to understand ways to make Turbo even better in the future. We've passed along your comments to our product team and as we roll out even more features and functionality in the coming months, we hope you'll continue to give Turbo a try. - Turbo mobile team
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