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You can pay your bill anytime between the statement closing date and the payment due date. Paying 21 days before it's due and paying on the day it's due doesn't matter one bit either way.
2 Answers · Business & Finance · 20/08/2012
yes, actually your bill closing date happens prior to your due date and you can charge the following month starting then. for a clearer understanding of your how your card works, call the cust. serv. no on back of card and ask 1...
6 Answers · Business & Finance · 13/02/2014
The date of first delinquency is the date the FCRA 7-year clock starts. The following have NO impact on the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) 7-year rule: * Charge-off / write-off date...
4 Answers · Business & Finance · 04/12/2012
The date of your agreement was the date it was forgiven, and that was the date that the forgiven amount became taxable. If you were insolvent or bankrupt, you don't have to report it.
1 Answers · Business & Finance · 03/03/2007
Were you carrying a balance at your last statement date? If so, then the interest charges are valid and will need to be paid. The finance charges accrued from the last statement date til the date you paid the card.
2 Answers · Business & Finance · 03/09/2008
First you must calculate the time frame for the debt. The SOL is figured as follows: Take the date you last made a payment and add 6 months to this date. Add the number of years of the statute of...
6 Answers · Business & Finance · 29/10/2009
If you don't get a 1099C, don't worry about it. Assuming that you had an agreement to pay off part of the debt as payment in full, the date that the debt was forgiven was the date that you reached an agreement with the holder of the debt. From what you...
1 Answers · Business & Finance · 09/02/2007