To meet those goals, you may need to whip your credit score into better shape so you can do things like qualify for a mortgage or renovation loan. Your payment history is the single most important factor that goes into your credit score. You might assume that as long as you make your minimum credit card payments on time, your credit score will stay in good shape.
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