Credit Introduction

You are most likely already familiar with the concept of "credit," the reputation for paying your bills on time that makes it possible for you to obtain money or goods with the understanding that you will pay for them later.

In fact, you probably have already put your credit to work for you. You employed it when you obtained an auto or student loan, used your credit card to pay for a trip or new suit, or were chosen as the tenant for your rented apartment or house. A solid history of paying your bills may also have been just the objective character reference needed to help you land your job, too.

But even if you use your credit every day, you may have questions about the credit industry and how it affects you. In today's society, credit is much more complicated than keeping a tally at the local grocery. As a credit-active consumer, you need to know how credit decisions are made.

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