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Credit Repair Q&A: Credit Cards will Make or Break You, Part 2

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Credit Repair Q&A: Credit Cards will Make or Break You, Part 2

How you use credit cards can make or break your credit score. This video explains what “utilization rate” means to your credit score.

The video always tells you what % of your credit limit should you be using with your credit cards.

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