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How Bankruptcies Are Reported To Credit Agencies
How Bankruptcies Are Reported To Credit Agencies

If a person files for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, it will generally stay on his or her credit report for seven years. If a person files for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, it will generally stay on his or her credit report for up to 10 years. In a Chapter 13 case, a court will allow a ...

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