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Should I set up all of my credit card due dates (& closing date) on the same date? Why or why not?

I have 3 credit cards.

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Re: Should I set up all of my credit card due dates (& closing date) on the same date? Why or wh

It's much easier to manage if you can 

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Re: Should I set up all of my credit card due dates (& closing date) on the same date? Why or wh

I did this because it's easier to keep up with them. However, if you do this and want a zero balance to report, there'll be a 3 or so day blackout where you won't want to use your cards between the due date and statement date.  Hope that makes sense. 


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Re: Should I set up all of my credit card due dates (& closing date) on the same date? Why or wh


MaxSaver wrote:

I have 3 credit cards.


I wouldn't have any different. I have all my accounts payment due date on the same day for a straight shot when making payments.

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