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
Photo by pina messina on Unsplash. Two major recent developments with the Affordable Care Act: a Special Enrollment Period is open until August 15, and coverage costs less. Our last several weeks of blog posts have been about health insurance and medical bills. Two weeks ago we got into the topic of health insurance and bankruptcy. Last week was a … Read More
Photo by Owen Beard on Unsplash. Health insurance is extremely important, for lots of reasons. Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 can both help you get and keep your health insurance. Last week we discussed the 6 months of free health insurance provided by the recent American Rescue Plan Act. It may apply to you if you lost your job and … Read More
How to know whether to delay filing bankruptcy when you’re expecting new medical services and their medical debts? Here are two examples.