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How to Raise Your Credit Score

thanks for the advise, as a senior I', not buying as much and the $1 carryover is a great way to raise the score.

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A suggestion was to make regular scheduled payments on credit cards in the amount of minimum due or balance minus $1. How is this helpful?? If you don’t pay the FULL Balance Due you get charged Interest which will surely be more than that $1. Correct? Or am I misunderstanding the interest applied in not paying a Balance Due in Full and how interest is applied — it’s not applied to the $1 that was not paid but the average daily balance of the full amount which was due.
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How to Raise Your Credit Score

Thank you but no thanks
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Done
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How to Raise Your Credit Score

I don't want contact

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what happens if you do not get approved for a credit card?

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Como puedo arreglar mi crédito
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Paying my bills and have total resoonsability
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Pay bills responsabilitis
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Pay off all late bills
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Keep bill paid up not out pay everything off except one payment
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How to Raise Your Credit Score

I'm going to take my TSP and pay all dept off. Then buy a small retirement house
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Keep trying! Improvements to your credit score will get you an approval.
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And avoid any new lates!
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Good luck with your retirement!
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