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A separate study by Debt.com showed 56 percent of U.S. adults had medical financial obligation in collections, most of whom owed less than $5,000. The survey was performed from June 17 to July 6, according to the report..
That averages to about $2,200 of debt per individual, a quantity most Americans cant cover. Nearly half of American dont have $400 saved for an emergency, Credit Karma Chief People Officer Colleen McCreary informed USA Today..
An analysis of nearly 20 million Americans revealed they have a combined $45 billion of medical debt in collections, according to USA Today, which cited an analysis from Credit Karma, a consumer finance company..
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