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Turbo is a product available free from Intuit, the makers of TurboTax, that shows where you truly stand financially. Turbo gives you the three numbers that matter most to lenders (your income + credit score + debt-to-income ratio), along with personalized insights and advice.
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Does this mean Intuit can sell my info?
No. This consent does not give Intuit permission to sell your info.
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Where can I get more information?
Please see our Data Stewardship Principles, which reflect our company's values and how we strive to maintain your privacy. You can also read the Intuit Privacy Statement, which describes our privacy practices.
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We offer a number of ways to assist you in recovering access to your Intuit account.
You will either be sent a code to help you recover your account or be given a list (through email or on screen) of possible accounts associated to your information. We will list the recommended account for you at the top of that list.
If you are still unable to recover your account after trying these steps, please select the link that says Try Something Else. You will be guided to enter additional information to help identify the right account and several questions to verify your identity.
Once you are signed into your account, we recommend you add or update your phone number. This will increase your account security and make future account recovery attempts easier.
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The easiest option is to go to account recovery and follow the steps to get into your account.
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You can get your free credit score by going to Turbo here. Then follow these instructions depending on your situation:
If you already have a TurboTax user ID
If you don't have a TurboTax user ID
There are several reasons why you may not be able to get your credit score.
Your free credit score is currently provided by TransUnion®, which is one of three major credit reporting bureaus.
No. This credit inquiry doesn't affect your credit in any way, no matter how often you view your credit score. This type of request is what's called a "soft" inquiry, which means the request is only viewable by you.
A soft credit inquiry is a credit pull that does not affect your credit score. If Intuit was listed under the soft inquiry section on your credit report, this is because you had enrolled in credit score services in one or more Intuit products, such as Turbo, Turbo Tax, and/or Mint, and Intuit pulled your credit report on your behalf.
Your credit score is pulled directly from TransUnion, one of the three major credit reporting bureaus (TransUnion, Equifax, and Experian.)
The score provided by Turbo is a VantageScore based on TransUnion data. There are other types of credit scores that different bureaus may provide.
Also, credit scores pulled at different times can change if you've had something significant drop off your report, paid down debt or acquired new debt.
Because TransUnion controls the content of your credit report, you will have to contact TransUnion if you have a dispute.
Yes, you can. Your spouse can sign up for Turbo using their own info to get their free credit score.
No, you won't be charged. We believe in giving you your credit score and any future updates for free so you know where you stand. We'll also help you understand the why behind your score and give you tips on how to improve it.
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Simply log in to your Turbo account and select View details, then select a credit card or loan to see your payment history, number of on-time payments, account status, and more.
It's not currently possible to print or download your report in Turbo.
You also have the right to a free credit report from each of the three national credit bureaus once every 12 months from AnnualCreditReport.com or by calling (877) 322-8228. In addition, depending on individual circumstances you may have other rights to a free credit report under federal law or the laws of your state of residence.
Security is vital so we take measures to help prevent unauthorized access before providing your credit score. To complete credit score registration, we ask questions to help prevent this unauthorized access to your credit report, which are created using information from credit bureaus. If you fail your credit score registration by exceeding the amount of times allowed to correctly answer the questions, please try again after a month.
DTI is an indicator of whether or not you're living within your means, and a critical factor to determine the size of the loan you can get. It's calculated by dividing your monthly debt payments by your monthly income. The lower this percentage, the better!
Your debt amount, which is used to calculate your debt-to-income ratio, is pulled directly from your credit report. The only amount that can be edited in your Turbo profile is monthly rent, which is located under the "additional expenses" category in your profile.
Your tax-reported income amount comes from your tax return. If you filed as Married Filing Jointly, you’ll be able to choose between including either your own individual income or your joint income. If you haven’t imported your tax info from TurboTax or would like to edit the imported amount to include other income, you can change to self-reported income.
To update your self-reported income or change income source, follow these steps:
Income directly imported from your tax return can't be updated.
Pulling in your income from TurboTax enables us to provide you personalized advice about your financial health.
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