U.S. Bank asks: What do you know about credit?

Real students are interviewed about their knowledge of credit while learning quick tips on what credit is and how it works.

This installment of our student series is all about credit. Credit history? Credit checks? Credit scores? It can be confusing. Learn what you should consider keeping in mind when thinking about credit. 

 

Learn more about what qualifies as a good credit score and the importance of maintaining good credit. Or continue with our student series, U.S. Bank asks: Do you know what overdraft is?

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