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Kiplinger's Personal Finance
Lisa joined Kiplinger's Personal Finance in July 2007, shortly after her stint with Kiplinger as an American Society of Magazine Editors intern in the summer of 2006. She covers credit and banking, along with occasional stories on mobile technology and other money-related topics. She graduated from Ball State University with a degree in magazine journalism and history.
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The convenience can come at a steep cost. But there are options.
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An adult child's credit score may dip–or even rise–after he or she is removed as an authorized user of a parent's credit card.
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