Although Americans are legally required to have health insurance, CBS news reports that a survey conducted by Transamerica found that people between the ages of 18 and 34 represented 44 percent of uninsured Americans as of July 2014. If you have health insurance, the reality is that deductibles, co-payments and charges disallowed by your health insurance company can quickly add up. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau reported in December 2014 that 43 million U.S. consumers have past due medical debt in their credit reports. A personal loan or medical loan can help you pay off medical expenses not covered by insurance, and may also prevent additional problems when medical bills are sent to collection agencies for non-payment.
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