Money Management

Critical Advice on How to Handle Your Medical Bills

2020-05-01T19:02:33+00:00By |Comment(s):Comments Off on Critical Advice on How to Handle Your Medical Bills

Receiving medical attention for an illness or ailment can be a stressful time in anyone’s life. The healthcare system in the United States provides quality care, but it certainly comes at a price. Medical debt has been the number one reason Americans are filing for bankruptcy for several years.  Medical bills can add up quickly and will end up causing lots of financial burden and stress if not handled properly.  One of the most eye-opening medical debt statistics is that a $500 unexpected medical bill is too much to pay for 45% of Americans.

If you don’t take care of your medical bills on time, medical providers will report your debts to a collection agency. This can lead to hits on your credit score if you aren’t careful. The last

Thoughtful Christmas Gifts on a Budget

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With Christmas just around the corner, most people are consumed with thoughts of gift-giving, and though watching someone open a coveted gift warms the heart, the monetary cost can create plenty of post-Christmas debts. This is why it is important to have a budget when shopping for those precious trinkets. This is especially essential for those who have gone through bankruptcy, or for those in the process of such.  But store-bought gifts do not need to be expensive to have value. And a homemade gift can be more meaningful and sentimental, displaying the love Christmas is meant to be about.

  1. Canvas PhotosPhoto gift ideas, such as a canvas print for family members, can be made online through various websites, for a decent

The Top 5 Personal Finance Apps for College Students

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Managing personal finance can be difficult for even the most experienced of individuals. While this is true for most people, one group that frequently finds financial trouble is college students. Part of this is due to the fact that they lack experience with handling their own finances, but in addition to this, there are a lot of expenses that accompany college life, and the demands of education leave little time for the student make a living.

Due to these demands, many students fail to take the necessary time to manage their money. This often leads to financial problems that pile up to the point where, by the time they finish their schooling, they have a mass of debt and no money in their savings. To address these issues, college students can

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