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ACCC Credit Video Roundup

ACCC is dedicated to helping consumers gain financial literacy skills to get out of debt and stay debt free in the future. Our goal is to enable consumers to practice good money management skills. One of the most important (and often troublesome) financial topics for consumers to grasp is credit. ACCC’s credit video series is one way to help consumers, and specifically, those with a limited financial history, make informed financial decisions. To reiterate these points, it’s time for an ACCC credit video roundup!

ACCC Credit Video Roundup

First up: How to Choose a Credit Card Wisely. For a lot of younger consumers, credit is an abstract idea. It’s easy to fall into the credit trap, so it’s important to be proactive when choosing a credit card. Here are some tips to make sure you’re making the right choice.

Now that you have a credit card, the next video in the series is how to build a positive credit history.

The last video in this series focuses on how to use credit responsibly. Credit is a tool to help you financially, and whether you have positive or negative credit depends on how you use that tool. Here are some tips to get started on the right path.

For more information on credit, budgeting, or help with credit card debt, call our certified credit counselors at 800-769-3571.


Madison is a Marketing Communications & Programs Associate at ACCC. She is excited to share her tips on saving money and being financially responsible here on the Talking Cents blog!

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