This article caught my eye and generated a question. What non-necessity spending did they not put off?
Don’t laugh. I guarantee that the cost of an office visit co-pay or even an office visit in total is less than what most people spend in a month on any number of items that are beyond necessities. Don’t believe me? Add up those items yourself 🤑
We view spending money on health care differently than any other expense…and that’s the truth.
Sometimes we’re forced to put off expenses. Maybe you have to hold off on renovating your home, or even fixing your car if the issue doesn’t impact safety — say, a broken air conditioner. There’s one expense you generally can’t afford to delay: medical care. Yet a survey released in late 2019 revealed that 49% of millennials postponed medical treatment because of financial constraints. That’s a mistake that could haunt them.