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To Score or Not to Score?

Research explores the minimum amount of data required to build accurate, reliable credit scores

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According to studies by the Federal Reserve and others, the widespread adoption of credit scoring by financial institutions over the last 20 years has made credit available and affordable to more people than ever before. Credit scores have enabled financial institutions to more precisely measure credit risk, and as a result, there has been a democratization of credit in the US.