# ECONOMICS (CBSE/UGC NET)

## ECONOMICS

### CREDIT

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A measure of an individual’s credit risk; calculated from a credit report using a standardized formula.
 A Credit Card B Credit Report C Credit Score D Debt Snowball E Depreciation
Explanation:

Detailed explanation-1: -A FICO score is a credit score created by the Fair Isaac Corporation (FICO). Lenders use borrowers’ FICO scores along with other details on borrowers’ credit reports to assess credit risk and determine whether to extend credit.

Detailed explanation-2: -The credit score serves as a risk indicator for the lender based on your credit history. Generally, the higher the score, the lower the risk. Credit bureau scores are often called “FICO® Scores” because many credit bureau scores used in the U.S. are produced from software developed by Fair Isaac Corporation (FICO).

Detailed explanation-3: -Many lenders use FICO Scores to make decisions about credit approvals, terms, and interest rates. Chances are when you apply for a mortgage, an auto loan, credit card, or a new line of credit, the bank or lender is looking at your FICO Score.

Detailed explanation-4: -Companies use a mathematical formula-called a scoring model-to create your credit score from the information in your credit report. Factors that are typically taken into account by credit scoring models include: Your bill-paying history. Your current unpaid debt.

Detailed explanation-5: -Your payment history accounts for 35% of your score. How much you owe on loans and credit cards makes up 30% of your score. The length of your credit history accounts for 15% of your score. The types of accounts you have make up 10% of your score. More items

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