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According to Suze Orman:

Your FICO score is made up like this-

30% debt ratio

15% credit history (longevity)

35% payment history

Wonder what the other 20% is... Hmmmm

I've found some references to the FICO also including things that have absolutely nothing to do with your management of your credit. Some of the references I found indicate that things like the prime interest rate, demographics of where you live, and health of the stock-market are used to make up part of your score.

Until I find a complete break-down of the FICO formula someplace, I've only got these bits and pieces to go by. But, it's scary to think that my credit score could be affected by the health of the economy where I live.

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