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Managing debt is an important part of modern life, but like anything, there are right ways and wrong ways to do it. You have to be proactive and take immediate steps when debt… problems appear, but you also want to make sure you're steps don't hurt you in the long run. One step you may be considering is to cancel a credit card that you either don't use, or want to stop using. Canceling that credit card might seem like a good option, but it can actually hurt your credit.When you cancel a credit card, you're essentially canceling a line of credit. While that might not seem like a big deal to you, it is to lenders. Every line of credit available to you goes into building your credit score. The better your available credit to income ratio, the better your credit score (it's not all to do with how responsible you are with your money). It'd be more helpful to your credit score to have the extra available credit from an unused credit card.By canceling a line of credit, you increase your credit utilization ratio without actually taking on any more debt. Your credit utilization ratio is the amount of credit used from the total credit available. If you remove a credit card you've paid off, you'll get marked down for having less available credit, since your total percentage of utilized credit will increase. The higher your credit utilization ratio, the less creditworthy you appear to lenders. Of course, this is all on paper - it has absolutely nothing to do with the reality of your situation, but lenders use your available credit and credit utilization ratio to make decisions.If you do intend to close an active credit card, be wary. Your credit will get hit in different ways. If you cancel the card after paying off your balance, the hit to your credit will be immediate. If you cancel the card while you still have a balance, you still have the same credit utilization, because the amount on the card is still active on your credit report, at least until you pay it off. Once you pay the amount off and the card is removed from your account, instead of being rewarded for that, your credit takes the hit.At first glance it seems like a good idea to cancel a credit card. Keep in mind that having a lot of available credit and not using it is better than having less available credit.There's no way to predict exactly what will happen when you close a credit card account. Canceling your card might have a serious impact on your account, or it might have only a small impact. Think very carefully before you cancel any cards. Sometimes, it's better to let a card sit in a drawer rather than cancel it. And who knows, that extra available credit could be useful in case of an emergency.(MORE)
There is a school of thought that says any time you cancel a credit card, it's a good thing. If the account is closed, you won't be tempted to use it and pile up debt. That li…ne of thinking is reasonable, especially if you can do without the convenience a credit card offers. However, closing out a credit card account can, in some instances, hurt your credit rating. Before deciding to cancel, make sure this is not the case in your particular situation.There are as many reasons to have a credit card as there are not to. Having a line of credit available to you is always a good thing, as long as you use that credit wisely, which should mean sparingly. You also want a line of credit that's not costing you anything if you're not accessing it. That cost sometimes takes the form of an annual fee. Having a credit card is also a convenience, particularly when traveling, or shopping online. However, a debit card can serve the same purpose. But having an available line of credit also helps your credit rating. People have been taught time and again the virtues of cutting their credit cards in half, and disposing of them. That may be true, but closing your account may not be a wise decision.One reason you may not want to cancel a credit card account is that doing so might negatively affect your credit score. Another reason, which was alluded to above, is that of convenience. Carrying a credit card with you is generally preferable to carrying around lots of cash. Also, there are sellers who do not accept checks. There are times when the only way you can purchase a product or pay for a service is with a credit card. If you think of your credit card as providing you with a safety net, something that is to be used only in emergencies, carrying one with you, or at least having one at home, makes good sense.Credit cards used to be promoted by telling prospective customers that the only way to establish a line of credit was to use a credit card to make purchases. Also, the more credit you had, the higher your credit rating would be. That is one way to do it, but any time you are given a credit card, at least a small line of credit goes with it. Credit you do not have to use. As far as your credit rating is concerned, it can be lowered if you close one or more of your accounts, but a lot depends on things such as your past credit history. In some cases, closing an account won't hurt you at all. Your credit rating calculation is based on five things. Your payment history and the amount you owe are two of the major factors in the calculation. If you have a history of always making you payments on time, and the balances are low, you should have a good to excellent credit score. The length of your credit history is a factor as well, so you may want to think twice about canceling an account you've had for a number of years. Bear in mind though that if you have had a good credit history with a company, that history will stay on your credit score report. Other factors are new credit and types of credit.The cards that are safest to cancel are usually store cards. Canceling these accounts is unlikely to affect your credit rating. It also make sense to cancel high interest or high fee cards, as it saves you money in the long run. If your credit score does take it hit, it will eventually recover. Save the cards you have had for the longest period of time, especially if you have a good payment record on those accounts. If the interest rate is too high on a card, consider moving the balance to a lower interest card. Or take out a low interest loan to pay it off. Don't close the account unless there is an annual fee. In any event, you don't have to use the card to maintain your credit standing.Cancelling a credit card is really very simple, but it should be in writing. All it usually takes is a letter, consisting of one or two short paragraphs. Request that your card be canceled and that your account be closed. For the account to be closed, the balance will have to be zero. If you know that to be the case, it should be mentioned. The company may have a hidden fee of some kind, which would have to be paid in order to close the account. Some companies work that way. Whether or not you want to challenge the fee is up to you, but your account will probably stay open until the issue has been resolved. Ask for a response to your request. It is also a good idea to include a sentence thanking the company for the services they have provided you in the past. It never hurts to end a business or financial relationship on a positive note.The bottom line seems to be that having a credit card is generally better than not having one. Having a card and not using it is the best of all worlds. You have a line of credit that helps to keep your credit rating high, you are not piling up debt, and you have a financial safety net. Few people are aware of the fact that canceling their credit accounts can have a negative impact on their credit rating. It's best to take the time to see what the impact might be on your credit rating before writing a letter requesting that your account be canceled, an cutting your card in half with a pair of scissors.Your credit rating calculation is based on five things. Your payment history and the amount you owe are two of the major factors in the calculation. If you have a history of always making you payments on time, and the balances are low, you should have a good to excellent credit score. The length of your credit history is a factor as well, so you may want to think twice about canceling an account you've had for a number of years. Bear in mind though that if you have had a good credit history with a company, that history will stay on your credit score report. Other factors are new credit and types of credit.(MORE)
Some people are surprised to hear that it actually is possible to cancel mortgage contracts. There are a number of reasons you might want to do so. Maybe you found out the tax…es would be higher than expected. Whatever the reason you decide to cancel, you just need to keep the following information in mind when you do so.You will only be able to cancel your contract if it is less than 72 hours old. That 72-hour period is referred to as the rescission period. Most states offer a 72-hour rescission period for all major purchases. All of them have it on mortgages. The cancellation is surprisingly simple, and it erases the entire history of underwriting.The first thing you should do is take a close look at your paperwork. All the documents should still be contained in one package. The mortgage not itself will break down your payment, rate, and term. If you cancel your mortgage, you will lose all of that. That is why you need to review your paperwork so closely at the outset of the cancellation process. You need to be absolutely sure you definitely want to cancel.The right of rescission is a specific document in your paperwork that you will need to find. Once you have signed it, it becomes a clear statement of your intent to cancel the contract. You need to sign it within 72 hours of the closing itself. Those 72 hours exclude Sundays (but not Saturdays) and legally recognized holidays. All the vested owners of the property must sign and date the right of rescission document.You need to do more than just sign that document within 72 hours. You also need to physically present it to your lender within that same time frame. The Sunday and holiday exception applies here as well. You lender must cancel the contract immediately upon receipt of the signed, dated document. It is illegal for him (or her) to attempt to renegotiate the contract at that point. You need to get a Release of Mortgage document with which to verify that it really has been cancelled.You should visit the registrar of deeds in your town one week after you have canceled your mortgage. Your mortgage will have been recorded there. That is why you need to check with them in order to verify its cancellation. One week will have been enough time for the processing of that cancellation. If the records at your registrar's office show otherwise, that is why you requested a Release of Mortgage document from your lender.As long as you meet the requirements and follow the steps that have been outlined here, you will have less trouble canceling your mortgage than you thought you would. If you are reading this and you signed a contract yesterday, which you now regret, you can take comfort in that. However, the fact that you can cancel such a contract within 72 hours should not be used to justify signing one to begin with. You should only use this cancellation procedure as a last resort.If you have been the victim of mortgage fraud, you can still cancel your contract after 72 hours. You will need to contact your state attorney general in order to do so. In the meantime, missed payments will still affect your credit adversely.(MORE)
Cancelling a subscription cancels all future scheduled payments of that subscription. A subscription can be cancelled up until three business days before the next scheduled pa…yment.Log in to your PayPal account.Click Profile near the top of the page.Click My money.Click Update beside 'My pre-approved payments.'Click the name of the subscription you wish to cancel. (smilebox)Click Cancel. If you don't have a PayPal account, you should contact the merchant directly to cancel the agreement. Please note that after cancelling a payment, subscription or automatic billing agreement, you are still required to pay the merchant for the goods or services you have received up until the cancellation is processed. (MORE)
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