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I'm currently 18 (almost 19) and after a routine meeting at my bank, the financial associate suggested I get a credit card. Turns out he was in the same school as me a couple years ago and recommended that I get a credit card just to build basic credit for the future because when he got out of school, he had no credit for a car or condo. He explained to me that my bank will give me a student visa card. It will not cost me anything unless I pay back the balance within the 21 day grace period/when I get my statement. I really don't need a credit card because everything I do is in cash. Every week I get paid in cash, put some in my savings, and then keep the rest as everyday spending money. But if having a credit card means I will be building needed credit for the future, how should I go about using it? what builds credit the fastest? I was thinking just making one transaction on it every month and paying it back in full when the statement comes. Does credit get built on the amount of money I borrow/return? or how fast I return it? I was curious on what I should do and help is appreciated.
The bank gives that card to students only. It was cool finding someone who went to the same college as me because I got some great advice out of it hahah. I've got a $500 spending limit that will go up to $1000. So I should just put a couple everyday/easily payable everyday expenses on it and then pay it back right away? I know I will be able to pay back right away as I'm financially stable now :D
Your credit score shows banks and other financial institutions how good you are at paying back money. The better your score, the more they will be willing to lend and how generous they can be with the interest they charge. You can improve your score by not missing payments and paying off what you owe. I joke that it might take you a hundred years to pay off x amount of money but as long as you make minimum payments and pay it off, your credit score will look good. You just want to be careful how much money you borrow. Make sure its not so much money that all you're paying off is the interest. If all you're paying off is interest, you'll never be able to pay it off. You hurt your credit score by missing payments or being late to pay on your credit card or other loans. Not paying bills can also hurt your credit score if they should send a collection agency after you for the money. This is also a good way to rack up penalty fees which won't help you pay back the money.
I use my credit card for most of my purchases and pay off the entire balance every month. My credit limit keeps going up, even though I rarely owe over $500. If I totaled my 7 year old car today, with the insurance claim and my credit limit I could go out and buy a new, more expensive model. But I'd get a better interest rate if I financed it through a bank or the dealer. And then, taking out a loan to buy a car is another good way to get a good credit rating. Car loans are pretty easy to get as long as you can demonstrate a steady income.
Credit is built on the usage of the monies available to you. whatever you purchase can be purchased with your card.(instead of cash as you've been doing)then after your bill arrives, you pay the bill pennsylvania FULL BEFORE the due date . always paying in full before due date = great credit. also there is no interest charged on bill when paid in full. it's a win/win for you. it's precisely what you need to do to get a great credit score which, down the road will enable you to get lower interest rates for auto and home purchase.
As of February 2010, you have to be 21 and employed full time 12/18 months without a cosigner
The key word here is "having". Only having the card will do any of the things that you want. Applying for it won't. Trying to get it won't. Most banks won't give you a credit card. The reason he wants you to try to get it is because he gets paid to get you to try to get one. However, the bank probably won't give it to you, and the fact that you tried to get it will hurt your credit.
Just go out and spend, spend, spend using your credit care only.