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Are There Credit Cards For Teens And Should Your Kid Have One?

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A strong credit score at an early age can offer a financial head start. In fact, it might surprise you to learn that adults aged 18 to 23 have a “good” credit score of 674, based on Experian’s most recent findings. But there’s nothing stopping a teenager from earning an even higher credit score by 18 or 19. A variety of credit cards for teens are perfect for building credit, though how and when you help your teen obtain one depends on a few factors. Q1 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Obtaining A Credit Card For Teens Younger Than 18There are two primary hurdles that prevent teens…

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