Overview

When comparing credit card offers learn to consider your lifestyle, spending and saving habits, and financial goals.

Duration: 5-7 minutes

Topics and Learning Objectives

  • Describe how credit cards work and their benefits.
  • Choose credit cards that best fit both their financial goals and lifestyle.
  • Identify the possible risks associated with misusing credit cards.
  • Make optimal spending and payment decisions to reduce fees and speed time to payoff.
  • Describe the relationship between credit cards and credit scores.

Marketing Teaser

83% of adults in the US have at least one credit card. A credit card can be a great financial tool with many benefits, but its important that consumers also understand the consequences if they don’t use their cards responsibly.

Review this topic to learn more about:

  • How credit cards work
  • The benefits and risks of credit cards
  • How credit card use influences your credit score

Reference


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