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Financial Stress Score
The Financial Stress Score (FSS) predicts the likelihood of business failure over the next 12 months. Dun & Bradstreet defines business failure as a company that obtains legal relief from its creditors, ceases business operations without paying all its creditors in full, voluntarily withdraws from business operations and leaves unpaid obligations, goes into receivership or reorganization, or makes an arrangement for the benefit of creditors, based on the information in Dun & Bradstreet's commercial database. The score ranges from 1,001 to 1,875, where 1,001 represents the highest probability and 1,875 represents the lowest probability of business failure.