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   Should I pay off my credit card (in full) as soon as i get the statement or make monthly payments?

Saturday, May 24th, 2014  |  9 comments  |  WiredScience

I am in my early 30′s and have never had a credit card, never had a use for 1 really, until now. I have never had anyone to teach me about how credit works, how to manage it, etc. I now have a partially secured card and checking account both through Bank of America and am trying to build up some credit. My question is how do i do that……is it better to pay my card in full as soon as i get the statement or to make a very little more than the minimum payment every month. I have been getting conflicting information from others so i dont know what to believe or what process seems to be the better solution.
Btw, i have only made a couple of purchases with my card and it seems that it takes about 48 hours before i receive a statement for the balance due.

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