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Taking the Road to Good Credit


Teenagers explain how to establish credit and avoid credit pitfalls. Tips like spending within your means and using credit wisely will help you build good credit and maintain good financial standing.


How to Establish Credit


Establishing credit tutorial.


Establishing Your Personal Credit


In this module you'll learn how to establish your personal credit.


How Your Credit is Determined


In this module you'll learn how your credit score is determined.


Establishing Credit

Bloomberg: Your Money

Cramming for exams, picking a major, and thinking about future career opportunities are all part of the college experience. It's also important to make the grade on your financials and make sure you have good credit as you prepare for life after college.


Surviving Student Loans and College Debt

U.S. News and World Report

By carefully choosing student loans, grants, and scholarships as part of your entire college financial aid package, you can avoid going into heavy college debt. Kimberly Palmer, senior editor for U.S. News, discusses financial aid tips to help in paying for college and minimizing student debt and the differences between private loans and federal college loans.


20 Year Olds Dealing With Debt

U.S. News and World Report

Many young professionals in their twenties are dealing with debt from credit cards and unpaid student loans. Managing personal finances can be difficult when you must handle expenses like insurance, business clothes, transportation, car payments, and more while still trying to have savings to meet your long-term goals such as buying a house or planning for retirement.


Young, Educated & Broke

Better TV

Better TV shows you how to survive a tight time after graduation.


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