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I've had a $2,737 debt w/ Capital One. It was debt from college that got out of hand. I stopped paying it for a while & it finally got turned over to a law office. I've been paying $50 a month for several months & now have $1,076 left. I plan on using a a chunk of my income taxes to just pay it off & stop wasting my time & money paying it off slowly.
Will finally paying this debt improve my credit? I do not have any other debt besides student loans, which are currently in deferment.
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