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May 2018 Archives

When medical debt leads to creditor harassment

Many Mississippi residents cringe at the thought of overdue medical bills. After all, along with student loan debt, it is the leading cause of debt in the country. As the struggle to pay medical bills lingers on, many have turned to a variety of solutions. Some Americans, however, discover that they did not owe medical debt in the first place. When this is the situation at hand, a number of problems can ensue.

Handling the foreclosure process

No matter how one looks at it, foreclosure can be one of the most frightening experiences a Mississippi resident can face. Home is a place of security, not uncertainty. It is for this reason that many homeowners attempt to avoid the process altogether. While this is not always possible, there are a number of strategies residents can keep in their back pockets to best deal with this stressful process.

Similarity in current debt trends to a decade ago

Mississippi residents who might be finding it hard to make ends meet financially every month can sometimes feel very alone, especially when so many reports are heard or read about how strong the economy is in the United States these days. It is important for people first to focus on their own situations, not those of others, but also to look behind the headlines and learn more of the facts. Some actually have pointed out that what looks like a bustling economy may not actually be so down the road.

The outlook on medical debt in america

America is no stranger to medical debt. This fact has become all the more apparent as countless citizen across the nation continue to grapple with surmounting bills they cannot pay. Mississippi remains one of the states that has struggled with medical debt the most. What can residents learn about current policies, and how might Americans finally tackle this prevalent issue?