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New Rules For Using Money In Your Flexible Spending Account

This year there are some major new additions to the list of what you can spend your FSA dollars on thanks to changes in the rules for these accounts embedded within the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
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Swap Out Unwanted Gift Cards For Airline Miles

Chances are you received a gift card over the past few days. And there may be one or two that are useless for you. Now you can turn that useless gift card into airline miles. United Airlines is offering to buy your unwanted gift cards and exchange them for actual award miles through the airline ...
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Creative Ways To Empty Your Flexible Spending Account (FSA)

Tic-tok is the sound you're hearing for your cash in your Flexible Spending Account (FSA). Depending on your employer’s rules, if you don’t spend your FSA money by the end of the annual grace period, you potentially lose some of it. Lost cash is never a good thing. So if you have to use your FSA...
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Here's What To Do If You Receive An Inheritance

What would you do if you received a large amount of inheritance money? Pay off debt? Buy a house? Go no vacation? Financial experts say if you want to be financially prudent about it, the answer is to do nothing with the money, at least for a year. Many people spend their inheritances faster than...
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Couple Spend Nearly All Of $120,000 Mistakenly Deposited In Their Bank Account

If you ever wondered what would happen if you had a bank error in your favor, and you spent it, you'll be arrested and charged with felony theft. Robert and Tiffany Williams of Pennsylvania had an unexpected windfall on May 31st, when they checked the balance in their checking account and there was...
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Yes, You Will Need To Invest Money If You Want To Grow Your Net Worth

We all have the dream of striking it rich and not having to worry about money ever again. The reality is for most, working a job and saving money is how you plan for the future. But saving money will only get you so far in growing your net worth. You'll need to invest a portion of your money is you...
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Convincing IRS Scam That Could Cost Your Entire Tax Refund

Savvy scammers are working overtime this spring with a pretty sophisticated scam involving your tax refund. Here is how it works. To your surprise, a large deposit of cash into your bank account from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), even though you haven't filed your taxes yet. Shortly after the...
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The Number One Reason Couple Break Up Isn't What You May Think

You never go into a romantic relationship thinking that you'll end up breaking up or divorcing but with half of marriages ending in divorce the odds aren't too promising. After the break up the signs were clear that it wasn't meant to be. But this one common behavior can save you years of heartache...
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You Should Do These Items At Least Once A Year

We are just hours away from the beginning of a new year! This exciting time gives us a chance to reflect on the current year and perhaps all the things we should've done but didn't. But not to worry, here are some of the things you should do at least once a year. Get a physical. An annual checkup...
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Lazy Jar App Debits Your Bank Account Of Money If You Fail To Meet Your Fitness Goals

Motivation is the catalyst for change but that lack of motivation involving your workout can cost you a bunch of change thanks to the Lazy Jar app. The new app pairs with your FitBit and charges you cash each time you miss your weekly workout goals. You select how much you’re willing to pay if miss...
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