What is credit health insurance?
The Bankrate.com financial term of the day is: "credit health insurance."
Credit health insurance protects a special class of people who are interested in your health -- namely, the people that you owe. If you can't work, they don't get paid. So, the insurance covers your debt in the event that you become disabled and lose your income.
Health insurance protects your health. Credit health insurance protects your creditors in case your health goes south.
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