Paying Medical Bills with New Debts

Wasson and ThornhillPre-Bankruptcy Planning

paying for medical bills

Photo by Bermix Studio on Unsplash. You could pay your medical bills through many forms of borrowing—from putting them on a credit card to a home equity loan. What makes sense? About one-fourth (26%) of American adults (18-64 years old) reported that they or someone in their household had problems paying medical bills during the previous year. This is according … Read More

Co-Signed Debt

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If you have a co-signed debt, you’re concerned not just about the joint debt, but also about your separate liability to your con-signer.   If you have a co-signed debt you tend to be more concerned about one of two sets of problems. You’re either mostly worried about the other co-signer, or about the creditor you’re both owe on the … Read More