Average credit scores for women vs. men

Published: March 24, 2016 by Carrie Janot

According to a recent Experian study, women handle money, debt and financial decisions better than men. Survey highlights include:

  • The average credit score for women is 675 compared to 670 for men
  • Women have 3.7% less average debt
  • Women have 23.5% more open credit cards, but use them less than men
  • The study reinforces the importance of staying on top of the latest credit trends in order to identify areas of opportunity and adjust lending strategies accordingly.

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