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When medical bills hurt your credit - - MSN Money
If you think you're immune to damage from a collection account on your credit report because you pay your bills on time, think again. Medical bills you don't know ...

How to get back on track with your bills- MSN Money
Life after debt Once you have caught up on your overdue bills and have things back on track, your goal should always be to prevent history from repeating itself.

The new $100 bill has a not-so-secret weapon- MSN Money
Those counterfeit bills, called supernotes, are extremely tough to detect. The blue ribbon, woven into the fabric of the new bill, is supposed to change that.

Unequal pay ? How to split the bills - 1 - - MSN Money
You're roommates, and you've agreed to split expenses evenly. But one of your roommates works at home and keeps the heat blasting all day, driving up the utility bills.

How unpaid medical bills damage your credit - - MSN Money
Do what you can to make sure your medical debt does not go to collections, as it can lay waste to your scores. - MSN Money credit-rating tips and articles

Should you pay bills with plastic? - 1 - - MSN Money
Perks of paying with plastic. In addition to accumulating rewards, here's why you might want to use plastic rather than cash at the register and for recurring bills:

Should you pay bills with plastic? - 1 - - MSN Money
11/16/2012 7:00 PM ET | By Beth Orenstein, Should you pay bills with plastic? Using your credit card can be a smart move if you're earning rewards ...

4 costly medical bill myths - 1 - credit score ...
When doctor or hospital bills go unpaid, they can end up going to collections and hurt your credit score. To protect yourself, you need to know how the ...

Cut your medical bills by 30%- MSN Money
Unless you're supremely healthy and/or supremely lucky, you'll probably face medical bills in the coming year. That slip and fall on the ice, a bad case of the flu or ...

Deducting medical bills to get harder in 2013- MSN Money
This post is by Carolyn T. Geer of The Wall Street Journal. The squeeze is on for folks who rely on the tax code for relief from big medical bills.


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