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how long does it take for a bankruptcy to get off your credit score or history

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Bankruptcy is usually off your credit score in 10 years, so it shouldn't be showing now.

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what do i half to do to get bankruptcy off my record

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does bankruptcy ever really go away?

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I filed bankruptcy over 20 years ago and wonder if that will always follow me on my score.

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no, if you filed and it has been discharged it will go off ten years(chapter 7) in ten years from filing date.  If it is still showing.  tell the credit bureaus to take it off

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Chapter 13 bankruptcies

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Chapter 13 bankruptcies (Wage earner programs where you’re still making payments to the trustee) can remain on file for seven years FROM THE DISCHARGE DATE

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What will my score go up?

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My chapter 7 should  be removed in August as it will be 7 years, how will my score increase then?

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bankruptcies

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 I filed a chapter 13 how long befor it comes off it will be paid by dec 2014

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