Credit report includes information about how you pay your bills, where you live, and whether you have filed for bankruptcy or been sued in the past. This document is normally used to evaluate your applications for real-estate transactions, insurance, or new employment. A credit score is an actual number that represents the risk factor that is based on your credit file and history and it has an impact on terms you are offered, such as loan rates. The higher the score, the better.

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