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Credit and Bankruptcy Law

Introduction

What is a credit score?

A credit score is a score—usually between 300 to 800—that determines how creditworthy a person is. Many factors go into this credit evaluation, such as payment history, amount of outstanding debt, recent credit applications, and income-to-debt ratio. A score above 700 is considered excellent, while a score below 500 is poor.



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