"After a car accident, an emergency services bill grew to $75,000. We decided declaring bankruptcy was our only option."
RIP Medical Debt has forgiven nearly $1.4 billion worth of debt, which is simultaneously a lot and not nearly enough.
Sarah Kriekle wants to destroy the notion that all debt is bad because it’s a “really privileged way of looking at things.”
The New York Times reports the move is a legal gray area, but experts say it may hold up in court.
When you finally have the energy to go out and enjoy life, it can be devastating to read financial advice that urges you to cut every single corner until your balance is paid off.
You might decide that getting your cash isn’t worth a big to-do with a close friend… but if it’s an acquaintance who stiffed you, or a lot of money is at stake, that might be an entirely different story.
The candidate's latest plan shows how she'd be willing to use executive power as president.
Even if you're doing OK financially, looking at your balance can be incredibly fraught.
Trump just erased the loans of 25,000 veterans. Could his successor do the same thing for everyone?
Protesters don’t want Pedro Pierluisi in the governor's mansion.
Medical debt hounds some people more than others.
The resignation of Gov. Ricardo Rosselló wasn't protesters' only demand.