3 Ways to Build Your Credit History

(StatePoint) Not having a credit history, often referred to as being “credit invisible,” can make it harder to buy a home or car, finance an education, and secure banking products and other services.

Today, over 45 million adults in America have no credit score, according to Freddie Mac. If that describes you, don’t panic. Freddie Mac is offering three strategies to take you from invisible to visible, and help you start building a credit history.

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