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I recently turned 18 and am looking to build credit, nothing too crazy but these days you need credit to do about anything. I have a bank account with Rabobank and a debit card , I'm not too sure if that could be useful information or not. I was thinking maybe a credit card and put a small amount on it every month then just pay it off before the month ends.. or a small loan. Please help me with ideas, I don't know what would be the best for me. I do have a job and am looking for a second one also. Thanks!
Well it's always easy to get credit, the hard part is MAINTAINING it. ok.. there are 2 different ways to do this. one is better than the other. Old fashion way : 1. Have your mom or dad add you as a co-signer on one of their credit cards. AND 2.get a bank account with a debit card, and make sure that your bank actually reports the debit card transactions to the credit bureaus. 3. find a PRE-PAID credit card, or something like an orchard card that has an annual fee to help establish credit... after about a year, as long as you make your payments on time EVERY MONTH and keep a good standing, you'll get more offers, and you can ditch the card with the annual fee. you'll end up with about a 250$ credit line if you do that.... and what i would recommend is buying everything with the card IFFFFFF you have the cash to pay it off.. then 3 days later, pay the card off. you should leave about a $10 running balance on the card at all times though, but pay everything else off after 3 days. this shows that you have the means to pay it off and you'll get more offers in no time. THE SMART WAY: go to the county clerk's office, and set up a DBA (Doing business as) and make up some kind of name "Jenny's Jellybean Jamboree" or whatever.. it really doesn't matter... then go to the bank and open a business account with the DBA you just formed. get a FEIN Tax id, (not necessarily in that order, because you need the tax Fort Payne to put on the bank account)... by doing this, you have established a business.... but by having a DBA, you are a sole proprietor, therefore YOU and your BUSINESS are one and the same. within a week or two, you'll start getting credit card offers for between 500- 5000... some banks will even help you to establish business credit.. wells fargo is one of them... capital one does to a lesser extent. Chase is probably the best, but it's hard to get credit through them. Wells fargo gives it away. When i was 18, i had a $40,000 credit line... -- you'll read this and think "that seems too difficult".. but the truth is, it's literally NO more difficult than what i wrote... you just fill out a piece of paper and take it downtown and drop it off... the whole thing costs you about $20 and you'll be assured credit.. vs the first idea, where you have to convince your parents (who most likely have bad credit anyway) to put you on their card, which will immediately give you one of the worst scores you can get and drag theirs down further, and whatever else... it's easier to start a business... here's the thing... legally, you'd have to send in a schedule C with your income taxes, but, since you're not actually DOING any business, you have no profit, no losses, so you don't pay any taxes for your business.... and technically, you COULD get away with never sending a schedule C in, since you're not actively doing business...... no one would know.. there's no paper trail.. it's just an inactive business.... though you're not really supposed to ignore the tax paperwork.. it just depends upon how honest you are i guess..... if you need help with this process, email me i'll get you going on it.... just takes a few minutes and you're well on your way to having business credit.... business credit is good because you get business loans, etc... banks trust business more than personal because you're presumably going to make money, vs someone who's hard up for money because they don't know how to get a better job.... u know? a 3rd way to get credit (best to do this Fort Payne WELL Fort Payne your other methods) is go to a credit union. take out a GUARANTEED LOAN for $500... a guaranteed loan means that you are guaranteeing the $500, and they are loaning you the same amount. it's similar to a pre-paid credit card i guess.. they make you open a bank account with them if you do it. Put your $500 in the account, and they give you $500 more... DO NOT TOUCH THE MONEY!!!!!!!!!! and set it up to where they automatically draft the payments from the account every month over however many months until it's paid off... this assures that they ALWAYS get their money on time, it also proves that you have revolving credit and that you are always making payments on time.. they report it to the bureaus and you get a higher credit score... do it several times... even $250....
New regulations are making it almost impossible for anyone under 21 to get a credit card Where is your savings account with your 6 months worth of emergency living expenses? A credit card company will ask and check. For a credit card, you will at least 1 year of solid employment Minimum wage or part time will not suffice You might get advice on getting a secured card Careful with this, since it carries and annual fee, and may not turn into a credit card until you are 21 anywya. I had not credit for many, many years Never had troubles getting an apartment I just showed the landlady my checking and savings, my tax returns and pay stub Being financially stable goes a long, long way in life
Best cheapest way to establish credit is a secured bank loan pay off over 7 months and repeat. Getting a CC to start your file is stupid
The easiest way is to pay EVERYTHING on time and let time elapse. It takes several years to build credit and close to a decade to have great credit. Making one small mistake can haunt you for 7 years.....avoiding that one mistake is the easiest thing you can do.