Social Media Can Impact Your Credit Score!
Imagine this: Some of your social media friends don't pay their bills when they are due. Shortly thereafter, the cost of credit for you—the interest you pay on some credit cards and loans, and maybe even the amount of deposit you pay to rent an apartment—goes up. Your actual credit score with some credit reporting companies goes down, too.
If you're like us, one thing you hate is looking like a fool—to either your friends or any adults. And although you may not know it yet, lots of adults and businesses make fools of people our age. A lot of businesses even make a lot of money making fools of us.
CUHQ gives you a heads-up on the real world as you head to college or a job.
Income Tax Facts
Do you have a job? Are you earning money by babysitting, mowing yards, or doing something else (this is called self-employment)? If so, then you need to understand taxes.