“If you run the numbers, a good credit score will get you the best interest rate on loans you need in the future,” says Martin Dasko, founder of Studenomics.com. “As unsexy as it sounds to work on your credit, that credit score one day can save you thousands of dollars on a car loan or mortgage.”
The good news: Even a single credit card (assuming you use it well) can help you cultivate good credit.
Read the article at http://creditcardforum.com/blog/credit-card-tips-for-college-grads/
Learn more about Michael Staten at http://cals.arizona.edu/fcs/faculty/mike_staten