Improving Your Credit Score

If you have good overall credit but your credit score seems too low, take a careful look at the amount of money you owe on your revolving debt. If your credit cards at or above the maximum limit may harm your credit score.

It may not be necessary to pay off your credit cards. Paying down the balance or increasing the maximum limit may result in an improved credit score.

One common mistake is closing a paid credit card. Leave the credit card open. The relationship to your maximum credit and balance owed will raise your score.

If you close the account, the above effect will be negated. This may actually result in a lower credit score.


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