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There's a little used benefit most employers offer called a flexible spending account (FSA) for health care. Not familiar with FSAs? Here's why you should be... How FSAs work Here's how this thing works: With an FSA, you have money deducted from each paycheck that goes into a savings account. ...
This website makes it so easy to shop for all kinds of insurance. Rate comparisons are emailed to you, and best of all…no pushy agents!
Are you shopping for health insurance on your own and feeling confused about your options in the marketplace? A solution is coming for you from Walmart! In the next week, the nation’s largest retailer is launching a health insurance buying service in 2,700 of its stores. The initiative is being ...
Open enrollment is almost here. I want to share new info about the best and worst health insurance plans. The November 2014 issue of Consumer Reports has rated plans in all 50 states and some clear winners emerge based on a national standard of quality. A look at the best ...
Now that open enrollment season is coming up, I want to outline 4 key things you need to know about health care going into 2015. Health care costs at lowest increase ever Large employers are seeing the smallest increases ever in the cost of providing health care to employees and ...
If you have a large deductible on your health insurance, a new hospital trend could help you get an interest-free loan to pay that bill.
Suffering with pain from a bad back like Clark? Clark devised an easy alternative to a $50 lumbar support for just 33 cents!
We need 100,000 people to sign our petition to force the Social Security Administration to find an alternative to using Social Security numbers on Medicare cards.
We need 100,000 people to sign a petition to force the Social Security Administration to revisit why Social Security numbers are used on Medicare cards. Join the movement!
If you have a minor ailment, don't head to the E.R. or your wallet will be hurting too. You have better alternatives.