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  • Closing a zero-balance credit card account can negatively impact a credit score. This is because a credit score is based in part on the debt to available credit ratio. Therefore, when a zero-balance card is closed, the debt-to-credit ratio increases, resulting in a lower credit score.

    Source:

    Bankrate

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