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What information is used for the calculation?

Most statistically proven scorecards are very complex and include a number of variables (usually between 15 – 20), and include a variety of different criteria including financial performance, auditors information, payment history, director history, whether the company is part of the group and the number of group companies that have previously gone bad, demographics, age of company, CCJ information to name but a few. 

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