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Is it better to close a credit card or leave it open with a zero balance?

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To make sure closing one card doesn't impact your score, pay off balances on all other cards. If you have zero balances, your credit utilization rate is zero, and won't be impacted by the loss of a balance. "If a person established good credit, the impact of card closure should be minimal and short-lived."
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