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RIP medical debt
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ATLANTA - RIP Medical Debt

During the past nine months, Elizabeth Beck of the Valuation & Advisory Group based in the firm’s Atlanta office, has raised nearly $275,000 for RIP Medical Debt to abolish a total of more than $45 million in medical debt in Georgia.

RIP Medical Debt is a national nonprofit which purchases medical debts belonging to the most burdened Americans in large, bundled portfolios from debt buyers and collection agencies for a fraction of their face value. Every $1 abolishes $100 of medical debt on average.

Elizabeth recently spoke with Savannah Durban for a Q&A about her efforts.

Savannah Durban • 04/05/2021
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How An HVAC Overhaul Could Benefit The Return to Office for Mexico City

It is possible for 40% of ventilated air to come from outside and provide a safe return to the office.

Juan Garduno • 29/04/2021
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AUSTIN - Q1 Office Fast Facts

With 2020 now in the rearview mirror and the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic slowly subsiding, the Austin economy is looking optimistic as some signs of normalcy have emerged.
Jeff Graves • 26/04/2021

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