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Pay in full or minimum paymeny

Guys,

 

Do you think its worth paying off your credit card in full every month or just pay the minimum only, based on the current economic situation.

 

Ed

 

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Re: Pay in full or minimum paymeny

I believe everyone will go with the PIF.
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Re: Pay in full or minimum paymeny

if you are capable of paying the full balance, Why would you want to carry the balance and pay interest?
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Re: Pay in full or minimum paymeny

PIF, especially right now.
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Re: Pay in full or minimum paymeny

Survey says .......................... (ping) PIF!

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Re: Pay in full or minimum paymeny

Thanks you guys are helpful as always.
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Re: Pay in full or minimum paymeny

IMO, it's better to let a couple of cards report a small balance ( < 3% ) every month.
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Re: Pay in full or minimum paymeny

report but not carry the balance!
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Re: Pay in full or minimum paymeny


cobra19 wrote:
IMO, it's better to let a couple of cards report a small balance ( < 3% ) every month.

 

Cobra

I still like thoes scores and ive read time and time again about carring a small balance for FICO Scoring reasons.

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Registered: ‎09-18-2007

Re: Pay in full or minimum paymeny

You can pay in full and still have a balance reported.

 

I vote for PIF.  Paying interest is stupid if you can afford to pay it off.

 

 

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