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maiden_girl
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Re: Paid off my balances- Feels good!

That's good! Congrats! I can't wait to pay off my balances! 2 cards to go!

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Re: Paid off my balances- Feels good!

Congrats on paying the cards off!

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toppers555
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Re: Paid off my balances- Feels good!

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Congrats! I don't keep credit card debt, but I am sure I will feel the joy once my school loans are paid off.  I have about 40k in student loans that I am going start tackling this year, and finish next year if I don't go to grad school.   



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GoldenloveNY
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Tx everyone. It does feels good when one has their credit in order. :smileyhappy:
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RockinRay
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Re: Paid off my balances- Feels good!

Zero debt is the BEST debt for sure!

 

Congrats on your pay off...

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Escobar702
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Congrats on paying everything off. Looking forward to doing the same thing once my big check clears this upcoming week with the bank. Over a year of high balances and now I'm finally going back down to 0% utilization.

 

On a related note, how long should one wait after paying off high balance cards to apply for another card? I know it sounds irresponsible, but I'm looking to replace my Best Buy rewards card with a cash back card like Chase Freedom or AMEX Blue Preferred for everyday purchases.


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Great Job!

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Congrats OP! I know all about that feeling. It's like a huge weight lifted off of your shoulders. Enjoy the score boost, and Happy New Year to you! Here's to responsible spending and minimal debt for the year to come. :smileyvery-happy:


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