How Long Does A Bankruptcy Stay On Your Credit Score

How long different bankruptcies stay on your credit (and hurt your score)

A bankruptcy stays on your credit score for anywhere from seven to ten years: Ch. 7 will lower your score for ten years, while a Ch. 13 will lower your score for seven years. You can expect to see a drop up to 200 points (depending on how high your score was before filing).

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