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Top 10 Credit Card Tips for Teens

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Be a Co-signer

Federal legislation now requires anyone age 18 or under to have a parent or guardian co-sign their credit card application. This means your teen's credit record is tied to yours, so there's extra incentive to educate her on credit card use.

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