Keeping up with your credit score can be a daunting task during the best of times. In the face of current economic uncertainties surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, though, excellent credit may have even more impact on your financial health. But for many facing layoffs or other income losses, the first step towards long-term healthy credit lies in figuring out how to stay afloat today.
Your credit scores determine a lot more than the loans you can get and the interest rates you pay. Insurers use credit scores to set premiums for auto and homeowners coverage. Landlords use them to decide who gets to rent their apartments. Credit scores determine who gets the best cell phone plans and who has to make bigger deposits to get utilities. Credit scores are a financial tool, in other words, but whether they’re a lever or a hammer depends on how good they are.
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