Re: How To Determine AAoA?
09-11-2012 06:01 PM
OptimasPrime wrote:However, credit karma will calculate an aaoa for you which might save you some time. If you buy a score from myFico, I believe they'll tell you your aaoa as well.
CreditKarma lists an "Average Age of Open Credit Lines". That's not the same as the FICO AAoA, which is based on ALL credit lines, not just the open ones.
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