Every American who gets private health insurance — most of whom get it through their jobs— is at risk of getting a surprise bill from hospitals, doctors, air and ground ambulances, and other providers. Most believe that employers will need
Liz Weston notes that your debt lives on after you die. However, whether and what creditors get paid, though, depends on a lot of factors. After someone dies, the executor of the estate (or the personal representative, if the deceased
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Even with a family health insurance plan for which we pay a steep premium each month, we know we’re only partially protected, CNBC reports. That’s because, like increasing numbers of Americans, we have an even steeper annual deductible to cover
Medicine.net has an interesting feature on the most expensive medical conditions: It should come as no surprise that health care in the United States is expensive. According to the latest comprehensive data from 2014, health care spending in the United
From the USA Today editorial board: When you go to the hospital for a scheduled procedure, you ought to be able to find out the price in advance. Today, the chances of anything that consumer-friendly happening are slim to none, but