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Why does my score get stock around 690 and doesn't get any higher
How can I get my credit score from just good to excellent I paid my bills on time keep my credit not higher 30 % I have a car loan it's paid on time as well .. What else can I do.?

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Probably your credit/debt ratio

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to get higher scores, you generally need to get your open credit up, about equal to 1 years salary.

So if your score is stagnant, I suggest opening a few more credit cards or a new loan.

if you don't want to try new cards, Maybe a personal line of credit from your bank.  This will give you a line of credit that you don't have to pay on unless you use it.  

Good luck!

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Thanks for the advice 

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Visit www.credit.about.com and on the lower left of screen, click on link "Building Credit".

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