When do delinquent accounts drop off your credit report?

Answer Most negative information remains on your credit report for seven years; if you file for bankruptcy, it can be reported for 10 years. Unpaid judgments against you remain on your report for seven ye... Read More »

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How long should delinquent credit stay on a credit report?

Delinquent credit remains on your credit report for seven years, unless it is a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, in which case it remains for a decade. Delinquencies that are older have a smaller negative imp... Read More »

Do closed accounts affect your credit report?

On One Hand: Closing Accounts Can HurtInformation reported to a credit bureau generally stays on your report for seven years. Thus, negative information from a closed account can adversely effect ... Read More »

How do I find out when specific items are due to drop off my credit report?

Your Credit ReportsOrder your credit reports using websites like or visit each credit bureau's website individually to order a copy of your credit reports. The reports ordere... Read More »

How to Add Accounts with Good History to Your Credit Report?

According to MyFico, your FICO credit score ranges from 300 to 850 and is based upon the information found in your credit report. The more positive data you have on your report, the higher your sco... Read More »