Best Ways To Build Credit

Finance Nerd Sean Pyles shares some insight on how to build credit.

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Best Ways To Build Credit

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  • @yt650 says:

    Do it the old-fashioned way, pay off your credit card bill when it comes, if you can’t afford to do that stop buying stuff you can’t afford. There’s nothing wrong with saving up to buy something that’s what people did before they had credit cards. Many times people had store accounts so if you did business with a store or a clothing store, they would send you a bill which you would pay against each month were pay off in full when you received your paycheck. Don’t buy things that go down in value buy things that go up in value like a home.

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