Hey @angelicaf89! Usually there's a grace period of 21 days between your credit card's closing date and when the bill is due. If you pay off the balance in full during those 21 days, you won't get hit with interest. But if you don't pay off the balance in full, you give up the grace period. Interest starts to accrue as soon as you make purchases! Also, credit card companies actually aren't required to offer you any grace period — but most still give you the 21 days. I'd be nervous about an offer that didn't provide those 21 days... as in, what else do they have buried in all that fine print?
Hi @angelicaf89! If you're looking to see how much you could end up paying in interest, here's a handy calculator you might find helpful. In general, if you pay your bill in full by the due date each month, you won't pay interest. However, as @Dear Penny said, it's important to check the fine print!
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