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Medical Bills Force Some Couples to Divorce

Over the weekend, The New York Times’ Nicholas D. Kristof wrote a touching column about his friend who felt torn between divorcing her sick husband and eventually living as an impoverished widow. The problem was that her spouse had early-onset dementia and as his care needs increased, so too would the medical bills. If the … Continue reading

5 Proven Ways to Reduce Your Medical Debt

Few people realize that in the murky world of medical debt, there is often room for negotiation. If youre paying providers from your own pocket—because you have no insurance, have maxed out your insurance, or are seeking treatment out-of-network—its worth asking for a discount on services. Hospitals and doctors will sometimes consider accepting less than … Continue reading

Medical Debt Consolidation – What You Need to Know!

Enormous medical bills are something that can be tough to plan for.  The bottom line is that even if you have medical insurance a severe medical crisis can leave you with medical debt that are more than you can reasonably take care of. When faced with a great deal of medical debt, you basically have … Continue reading