Today's question is: When Will My Credit Card Be Closed For Inactivity?
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If you use your credit cards responsibly and make purchases at least once every few months, your credit cards should usually stay open indefinitely. But, if you don't use your cards for an extended period of time then banks don't have an incentive to keep them open, and will probably eventually close them. Use your cards once every few months to keep them open, help keep your credit score up, and avoid the hassle of a closed card.
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