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Medical Debt

If you struggle with medical debt, you aren’t alone. Millions of Americans struggle with medical debt every year. Simple trips to the doctor’s office can cost a few hundred dollars, and emergency room visits are even more expensive — even with a comprehensive healthcare plan. How can you conquer past medical debt and financially prepare for any future medical emergencies?

You don’t have to sacrifice your financial health to care for your personal health. In this section are some articles that go into further detail on sliding-scale or discount clinics, as well as tips on how to better manage medical debt and seek debt forgiveness from hospitals, or access charity services when the bills are too much to pay. Although many struggle with medical debt, you may be able to pay it all off without having to worry about harming your credit score in the process.

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