Mid-Year FSA Update

As I’ve mentioned before, we opted to contribute the maximum $2500 to our FSA account this year because we initially expected to pay $2000-$4500 in coinsurance for my husband’s surgery. As it turned out, we paid $0 in coinsurance, which meant we have to scramble to spend down the $2500. Half-Year FSA Check-In We use our FSA …

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The Documents You Need: Insurance Policies

If you followed my advice from a couple months ago, then you already have your life insurance, auto insurance, health insurance, and homeowner’s or renter’s insurance policies in place. If you don’t, get them now. Use a company like Netquote to arrange your policies. Once they’re in place, you need to keep them somewhere they can be easily accessed during an emergency. Auto Insurance …

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