How to Build Credit at Any Age

The American College of Financial Services
May 17, 2020

Whether you’re a retiring Baby Boomer of a young member of Generation Z, one of the financial realities of life is the need to maintain good credit. Without a good credit score, you may not be able to buy a house, get a car, take out a loan, or apply for a credit card—all things those at many different stages of life could need.

Matt Goren, assistant professor of financial planning, says there’s myriad factors that can affect credit for people of all ages. He lays out the best ways to build credit, and how every age group can do it, in this piece from OppLoans.