July 09, 2022

How to Calculate Credit Scores

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There was a time when solving complex math problems required the use of paper and a pencil. The sliding rule was introduced next to streamline things (once you learned how to use it). Calculators followed, and for their time, these were astounding technologies. Although we now have computers, calculators are still in use.

In actuality, there are now more varieties of calculators than ever. While the original calculators could do mathematical operations and are still in use, modern calculators are situation-specific. There are calculators available that can assess your energy consumption, calorie burn, wellness, and even your romantic compatibility.

While all those calculators can be useful in our daily lives, one, in particular, has a greater influence than most people think. The credit score estimator is that. What is it then? It is a tool for calculating your credit score. This is significant because credit reporting companies do not disclose this number. According to what the calculator needs to know, you enter different data, and it runs the calculations to approximate your score. Its accuracy is, of course, influenced by what you enter, so take the time to provide the most accurate answers you can.

Your FICO score is provided by a credit score calculator as accurate as possible. This number is used by lenders to determine whether to grant you credit or a loan, as well as the terms and restrictions that will be imposed on you as a borrower. Your terms will be better the better your credit score is. 

Before using a credit score calculator, you must gather certain data. Most of the time, they will quiz you on information that you don’t immediately recall. Some of the more typical inquiries you should be ready for are listed below:

What types of inquiries does a credit score calculator make? You will be asked questions on the primary factors used to calculate your credit score, such as how long you have had credit, how much debt you have, how (if ever) you have been late with payments, and so on. Typical inquiries include:

Have you ever been the target of a tax lien or judgment?

How many of your debts are 30 days or more past due?

How many active credit card accounts (regardless of balance, even if it is $0) do you currently have?

How much total debt do you have?

Have you ever made a bankruptcy filing?

Which credit products do you currently have?

What is your gross annual salary?

Which of your credit cards have you reached the limit on?

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As a compassionate motivational speaker specializing personal finance topics and game streamer, Boost Gio has positioned himself in a career that can be explained in one phrase: “serving others.” Devoted advocate for elders, and businessman/woman, He has given without counting the returns, since 2010. Supporting the less fortunate as volunteer. As well as organizing charity events to give value to them. Boost Gio is a certified life coach under The Life Coach Training Institute in Manila, Philippines. A satellite life coach training community from Dallas, Texas. As a life coach, he uses professional expertise and his personal experience from challenging situations in the past to boost elders and businessmen. Helping them leap from comfort zone to courage zone. He is committed to his clients’ personal and professional goals.


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