Help is coming for many people with medical debt on their credit reports.
Starting Friday, the three major U.S. credit reporting companies will stop counting paid medical debt in reports that banks, prospective homeowners and others use to judge creditworthiness. Companies will also start giving people a year to resolve overdue medical debts that have been sent to collections before reporting them – up from six months previously.
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