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Using this approach for an article titled “Paying Off Your Plastic” looks like this:
“It is important not to close an account once you’ve paid off the balance, however, because that unused credit will help improve your credit score.” (Read more on eHow.com: Paying Off Your Plastic)
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“It is important not to close an account once you’ve paid off the balance, however, because that unused credit will help to improve your credit score.” (Read more: http://bit.ly/1g4ekya)