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January 2014 Archives

Late consumer payment rates decreasing in many categories

The past several years have been among some of the hardest economically for our nation and the world in recent decades. As residents in Oregon, along with the rest of the country, work along with a slowly revitalizing economy, some still struggle with credit card debt, delinquent payments, loan negotiation and more. Many people find that filing for bankruptcy is their best option while others work to wipe out credit card debt month by month.

How to help a loved one with overwhelming medical bills

When someone is diagnosed with an unexpected illness or is seriously injured in an accident, it can be devastating for everyone around them. Friends and family members are impacted emotionally and usually wish there was something they could do to help. While they may not be able to do anything medically to help their loved one in Lane County, they can put their love and support to work to help out financially with medical expenses.

Higher deductibles can lead to short term savings, long term debt

As people struggle to find ways to reduce their household expenses and put more money into savings each month, they sometimes opt for health insurance plans with higher deductibles in an effort to save money on monthly premiums. As long as you and your family members remain in good health, this can lead to successful savings. If anyone that is covered by your plan suffers from an unexpected medical condition, however, it can lead to overwhelming medical debt.

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Eugene Office
1445 Willamette Street, Suite 9
Eugene, OR 97401

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Albany Office
1135 Dale Street SE, Suite #B
Albany, OR 97321

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1701 West Harvard, Suite 201
Roseburg, OR 97470

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Phone: 541-393-2790
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