Parents: ‘We’ll Pay for School, Not Card Debt’

Many parents are willing to help their children out financially, a recent survey has found. But there are limits. When it comes to helping their kids out of credit card debt, the message from parents seems to be, “You're on your own.”

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6 Credit Commandments for Students

If you're still in college, keeping a credit card in your wallet can offer important advantages. It's not only a fast and convenient way to pay. It will also help you build your credit history and develop a great credit score for the long-term.

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8 Student Credit Card Do’s and Dont’s

Considering a student credit card? There are many reasons to be cautious — particularly when you're on a limited income. However, once you graduate, it will be much harder to get accepted for your first card, say experts, so it's a good idea to start with one now.

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Does Debt Boost Self-Esteem?

Can credit card debt make you feel better about yourself? For most people, this would seem counterintuitive. However, a recent study found that some young adults do get a boost in confidence from their debt …

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Study Finds Little Change in Student Credit Card Marketing

According to a new study, the Credit CARD Act of 2009 appears to have produced little change in how credit cards are marketed to college students.

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