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Your credit card bill is generally due 21 to 25 days after the end of your billing cycle. You can find your exact due date listed on your monthly statement. Alternatively, call the customer service number on the back of your credit card for assistance.
Paying at least the minimum amount required by the due date keeps the account in good standing and is key to building a good or excellent credit score. If you don't cover the minimum amount by the due date, you'll incur late fees and interest rate increases. If you're more than 30 days late past the due date, your credit score will be affected as well.
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