Here is a list of how long the most common items remain in a credit report:
- Late payments: 7 years from the original delinquency date
- Civil judgements: 7 years from the filing date
- Chapter 7 bankruptcy: 10 years from the filing date
- Chapter 13 bankruptcy: 7 years from the filing date
- Tax liens: 7 years from the filing date if they are paid, 10 years from filing date if unpaid
- Open, positive accounts: indefinitely
- Closed, positive accounts with no negative history: 10 years from closed date
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Scoped on: 08/11/2016