spending

The Government Loosens Flexible Spending Account Rules

The Internal Revenue Service made some more rule changes this week to your flexible spending account (FSA).
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Changes In How You Can Spend Your FSA/HSA Funds

Now you can use youyr flexible spending account (FSA) to purchase over-the-counter medications without a prescription, as well as menstrual care products, including pads, tampons, cups and liners.
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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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The App That Helps Teach Kids About Credit

One of the most important life lessons we give our kids involves money. In a world of immediate gratification and instant credit, it can become a burden for young adults who do not fully understand how credit works. However the Mellow app is designed to help you teach kids 6 through 18 how credit...
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New Work Perks That Could Save You Money

Why would you turn away free money? Come to find out, your employer may be offering perks that you are not using and that's like turning away free cash. Many businesses are -rethinking benefits in an attempt to lure new people but they are generally available for older employees too. Continuing...
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Six Sneaky Spending Habits That Cost You A Lot

When thinking about a budget, it's easy to only think about the big expenditures such as rent/mortgage, food and utilities. But there are some small yet sneaky ways you can lose sight of and end up costing you more than you would've imagined. For instance, subscriptions. Autopay has made...
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The Mental Trick To Cut Spending And Boost Saving

A recent survey found 21% of Americans have nothing saved in their banking accounts and another 10% have less than $5,000 tucked away for a rainy day. But there's a fairly simple mind trick you can use to sock away some cash for emergencies, retirement or a down payment on a house. Every time you...
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Why It Is So Hard To Save Money

According to the Federal Reserve, the average working-age couple only saved $5,000 for retirement in 2016 and it may be our brain's fault! A new study suggests people unconsciously think more about making money than they think about saving it, because we tend to think we have more time to save than...
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LOOK: Surprising Stats and Facts - St. Patrick's Day 2018 By the Numbers

We've broken down some of the most surprising statistics about St. Patrick's Day 2018.
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