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The Uniform Financial Institutions Rating System (UFIRS) was adopted by the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) on November 13, 1979. Over the years, the UFIRS has proven to be an effective internal supervisory tool for evaluating the soundness of financial institutions on a uniform basis and for identifying those institutions requiring special attention or concern. A number of changes, however, have occurred in the banking industry and in the Federal supervisory agencies' policies and procedures which have prompted a review and revision of the 1979 rating system. The revisions to UFIRS ...
I have debt that is about 4 yrs old that I would like to settle or pay off. Some are/were with collection agencies (not sure now where they are because of the age of the debt). The debts are unsecured (electric, cable, etc.) and some are secured. I also had a foreclosure of the same age. While I know that the foreclosure will still hurt my credit score until 7 yrs, I would like to start the process of healing my credit score so that when the 7 yrs for the foreclosure to drop off is up, my credit will be in a better position. My credit score currently is around 574. I have heard that ... Read More
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