Emancipated minors can legally make their own financial decisions, but it seems the real catch is establishing a credit history. Without proper credit, companies and landlords are reluctant to enter into contracts with applicants under the age of 18. This makes it difficult to do things such as open a credit card or get a loan. Luckily there are ways for minors, emancipated or not, to establish the credit needed to build a strong financial background for the future. To read the full article, please click here.