At some point, you’ll buy your last car and refinance your last mortgage. Surely then you can stop worrying about your credit scores.
Well, not really, although there are situations when credit scores shouldn’t be anyone’s main concern.
Let’s start with some reasons why credit scores still matter, even when you don’t plan to borrow money.
LENDERS AREN’T THE ONLY ONES CHECKING YOUR CREDIT
Most insurers use credit-based insurance scores, which use information from credit reports to help set premiums for auto, homeowners and renters policies. A drop from excellent to poor credit . . .