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FICO Credit Score - Your credit score is only as good as what shows up in your credit report. Review your reports from all three credit bureaus for accuracy once a year as well as several months before applying for a loan. Changing a mistake on your report - such as a payment that is wrongly labeled as late -- can take 30 days to three months, sometimes longer.
Who determines my score? Your credit score is compiled by different institutions and is generally a reflection of your credit history as reported to experian, equifax and transunion
Can I improve my credit score? Yes! You may be able to improve your score by paying down on revolving accounts, establishing a payment history and making timely payments.
What is the average score? Recent studies indicate 646 is the average FICO score.
A) Payment History - Indicates whether you make your payments on time
B) Money Owed - How much you owe in relation to your credit limits and length of credit accounts.
C) New Credit - Are you looking for new credit and opening newl credit lines?
D) Type of credit - Weighs loans - car loan, line of credit, credit card balance.
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