What Are The Consequences If You Can’t Pay Medical Bills?
Medical bills are common. Yet often, they strike when you least expect it. We’re here to explain exactly what can happen if you can’t pay your medical bills.
I Can’t Pay My Electric Bill | What To Do Before The Shutoff Notice Comes
With mounting energy costs, it can be easy to get behind on your utility bills, including your electric bill. Thankfully, you can get help with your electric bill and avoid having your utilities cut off by getting financial assistance to help with your electric bill.
Help Your Bank Account Survive the Holidays
How to manage holiday spending? By rethinking how you do holidays. Here, you’ll find out how to have help your back account survive the holidays.
How To Get Water Turned Back on After a Shut Off
If your water was shut off due to late payments, we’re here to help answer some common questions. Here’s help with how to turn your water back on after a shutoff.
Options When You Have No Money To Pay Your Bills
Ever felt like you can’t pay your bills? You’re not alone. In fact, the Urban Institute found that 40 percent of Americans struggle every day to pay their bills for basic essentials, such as food and shelter.
I Can’t Pay My Phone Bill | What Should I Do For Help?
Money problems may cut your phone service short. If you can’t pay your phone bill, here’s a timeline for cutoffs and how to get service back.
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