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How to Save Money on Medical Bills with Marshall Allen
Have you ever opened a medical bill and been shocked at the crazy-high price you're expected to pay? If you're feeling burdened by heavy healthcare costs, this episode is for you.
In this episode, I interview Marshall Allen, award-winning investigative journalist, author, and crusader against unfair medical costs. He shares a number of strategies you can use to reduce or eliminate medical bills.
Using these tips and tricks, I was able to save over $7,000 on my medical bills in one year!
U.S. Preventive Services Task Force. Check these recommendations to see if your “just in case” care is really necessary.
The charity Dollar For helps people eliminate medical debt by advocating on their behalf.
Subscribe to Marshall’s newsletter with updates, victory stores, and more tips for fighting high healthcare costs at MarshallAllen.substack.org. It’s free to subscribe, but if you can choose to pay for the subscription, all proceeds go to helping those in need combat crushing medical costs. (Check out Marshall’s write-up of my story here!)
Not sure whether the price you’re being charged is fair? Check:
Uniform Commercial Code - search for “Open Price Term”
This is the legal framework that U.S. commerce operates under.
For more great content on navigating the healthcare billing system, check out Allen Health Academy. This program equips and empowers employers and working Americans
to dramatically lower their health care costs.
To check out more of Marshall’s book Never Pay the First Bill and victory stories of people like you saving hundreds on healthcare, go to MarshallAllen.com.
Advoconnection.com provides a directory of patient advocates — people who can help you fight unjust medical costs.
000 The WHY Behind the Mama's Money Map Podcast
A short intro to why I started the Mama's Money Map podcast. The personal finance game runs differently when it's on multiplayer mode with a single main income and more than one or two kids. For all the stay-at-home moms who want to learn how to make more, spend less, and invest the rest while keeping family as their first priority, this podcast is for you!
002 How to Teach Kids and Teens to Handle Money with Rachel Murphy
As parents, we all want to help our kids avoid the same financial mistakes we've made. But finding the time—and a teaching method that sticks—presents a big challenge.
In this episode, we welcome Rachel Murphy to the podcast who is an expert in practical ways to teach kids and teens to handle money. Listen to learn how to start turning over the management of your kids' finances to them, and how this can open the door to increased responsibility and good financial habits in your child or teen.
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Great podcast from a great personal finance writer!
The first few episodes are outstanding. I can’t wait for more!