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5 Questions on Applying for a Student Credit Card

By Kevin Cash For many young adults, the future benefits of establishing good credit may seem impossibly far away, just like turning 30 or attending parent-teacher conferences for kids you haven't even thought of having. But there's a big payoff in the near term for having good credit, too, such as perks-laden credit cards with high points bonuses and reward structures. A student credit card is a good place to start building your credit, both for now and for later.
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