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Can I add someone to my credit card?

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Yes, you can add an authorized user to your account. Call your card issuer and be prepared to furnish them with the full name, address, and Social Security number of the person you’d like to add. You may also be able to place certain limits on an authorized user’s account. Ask your issuer what… Continue reading

I was just wondering do you have to be working or a student to get a credit card?

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You should be at least 18 years old, be a student, or have a job. However, you can obtain a credit card if you don’t work, by having someone co-sign or by becoming an authorized user on a parent or guardian’s account. For this you do not need a job or assets. If you have […] Continue reading

Can I get a second card with my cousin’s name on it and still pay the bill?

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If you are ready to pay, you can open a joint account. This means that there will be one credit limit, one balance, one payment, and one due date for you and your cousin. You both will be making charges on the credit card. However, you will be paying the bill. You both will establish […] Continue reading

How to help teens develop credit card history without the risk of debt?

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Even though the credit card debt amounts maximum to the teens and college students, but remember, steering your teen away from these cards offers its implications too. Most of all, it means letting your child graduate from the college without any information about how to handle finance and how to… Continue reading

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