“Being sick is hard. But medical debt can make it feel completely overwhelming,” according to Your Tango. Here are four things you need to know about medical debt: 1. Bankruptcy is on your record for many, many years. “If you’re
It doesn’t take much to ruin years of careful retirement planning. An unexpected accident or illness, especially when you’re nearing retirement, could become a financial disaster. CNBC offers three tips to prevent medical bills from cracking your nest egg: 1.
Richard Gundling, senior vice president at the Healthcare Financial Management Association, tells the Wisconsin Gazette that parents are not generally responsible for an adult child’s medical debts: “Normally, if you’re 18 or older, you’re considered the responsible party, even if
Kaiser Health News looks at the potential of smart phone apps to navigate the thicket of medical billing in the United States. Today, Norman’s clients submit digital copies of their out-of-network bills through an app on their phones. Better’s employees
Peter Dunn, writing for the Indianapolis Star: First, call and ask questions about every single bill you receive. I know what you’re thinking: “That seems a bit much.” Nope. It’s not a bit much. For instance, I received a $225
Michelle Katz, a consumer healthcare advocate who help families with their medical bills, shared some of her insights on lowering your medical bills with WUSA9: Learn about coding to that you can compare prices for medical procedures. “That’s one of