09:25 29 April 2013
Concerns about the state of NHS illuminate the possibility of a huge gap between the funds needed by the populace, and what may be available in the future. While medical concerns and costs are an utmost concern, it’s important to also consider the other financial ramifications.
This relates to the likes of increased credit card debt, which may occur as people try to fund gaps.
Effects of insufficient NHS funding:
There are additional issues which would be distantly related to insufficient NHS funding as well, such as the accumulation of credit card debt. For those who have significant amounts of debt, it may end up being more than they are able to handle which could result in some of the following:
Since many people may use a credit card as a way to try and make up any difference in health services, if necessary, this could further endanger the economy as well as many families.
It is imperative to plan ahead so we will be able to pay for services, or maintain payments on credit card debt, if this situation should come about.
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