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Are you making these credit card mistakes? Credit cards are not evil. You can use credit to your advantage. Build a healthy credit history and you can secure lower rates on mortgages, auto and personal loans, and insurance. A good credit score is also necessary for securing employment for those employers that check your credit score as a part of their decision making process.

Please enjoy my latest video where I share my personal credit history and if you pay attention you will notice my inability to write with my right hand.

 

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How to Use Credit Wisely



http://youngadultfinances.com/use-credit Credit cards are not evil. You can use credit to your advantage and build a healthy credit history. You will need a good credit history to borrow, as well as g…

 

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  • Don

    Great information, and very well presented! :)

    Keep up the great work! Your video presence is great!

  • Don

    Great information, and very well presented! :)

    Keep up the great work! Your video presence is great!

    • http://YoungFinances.com/ LaTisha Styles

      Thank you Don!!!

  • rparis

    I agree that credit cards can be used to your advantage but you have to be real careful…all you need is one bad month to fall behind.

    • http://YoungFinances.com/ LaTisha Styles

      Very true. But if you are using less than what they offer you then you can usually keep up. Using $50 of a $500 available balance may not sound like fun but it will help prevent you from falling behind.

    • http://YoungFinances.com/ LaTisha Styles

      Very true. But if you are using less than what they offer you then you can usually keep up. Using $50 of a $500 available balance may not sound like fun but it will help prevent you from falling behind.