Confused by insurance score vs credit score? We hear insurance score vs credit score thrown around quite a bit in regards to insurance premiums. It’s important to understand two main points from the beginning:
1) In New York State, insurance carriers are allowed to use information from your credit report to determine premiums.
2) Insurance score is a completely separate number from credit score .These two terms CANNOT be used interchangeably.
In essence, insurance score is a derivative of your credit report. Additionally, your insurance score is going to be different with each insurance carrier.
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