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Personal Finance Daily: Why one analyst believes home sales may drop 25% by the end of summer and credit reports will soon stop counting most medical debt

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Equifax, TransUnion and Experian will soon stop counting medical debt in credit reports — now, for the bad news

Credit reporting agencies could remove nearly 70% of medical debts from credit reports. Read More

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