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You appear to be accounting for the Netflix subscription correctly. The part of the bill that you are responsible for is your personal expense, but the amount that you pay on behalf of your parents is an amount that should be reimbursed to you. It is correct to record this under Asset:Money Owed to Me when you make the payment, then reduce the amount of ...


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Your account is closed that's not an error, typically a car loan would show paid-in-full, but closed means the same thing and does not impact your credit score differently. Paying off a car loan typically has a minor negative impact on credit score because it affects multiple categories used in common scoring models. It affects your credit mix, credit ...


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The bureaus DO take it into consideration, once they have all the data. Sometimes the lender doesn't report the payoff status right away, but it will get resolved. Give it time. I went through the same thing with a personal loan with Navy Federal I paid off. They reported it "closed" but didn't update the status that it was a payoff for about ...


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Odds are very high that at the time of the loan interest was prepaid thru Fed 15th, and March 15th is when the first payment, based on a full month, is due.


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Based om this comment: It has been 2 years since I've been in school and the loan was awarded in 2015. My FAFSA was filled out by my parents. I would start with your parents. Somebody had to use those funds to pay the tuition. It would also seem that a reference to the loans would appear on your or your parents tax forms. The financial aid forms from the ...


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