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Open Enrollment is the time of year when your employer allows you to make benefit elections on things like health insurance, dental and vision coverage, life insurance, disability insurance, etc.
We decided to take a look at two tax-advantaged ways for you to pay for out-of-pocket medical expenses – the Flexible Spending Account, also known as an “FSA” and the Health Savings Account, also known as the “HSA”.
With the Fall season approaching and open houses on the rise, you may be considering your options for buying a home. While there are many considerations with making such a large purchase, today’s let’s figure on planning for the down payment.
Before you scan the real estate section next Saturday morning, be sure to consider what amount you can afford to put down on a new home.
Why People Underrate Psychology When Using Credit Cards
by Aaron Connell, One Brick Planning
I was a having a spirited discussion with a personal finance blogger the other day regarding credit cards and the “rewards”/ cash back bonuses one can earn by using them. I was in agreement with the blogger, if used correctly credit cards can indeed be used to accelerate your business enterprise and give you extra money on items that are deemed “recurring” in nature. The problem with that last sentence is we are overrating human discipline and its complexities.
Refinancing can save you thousands of dollars and cut down your mortgage term over time, so it can be well worth looking into. However, timing is important. You’ll want to pay attention to interest rates. Luckily, mortgage rates are low right now, so consumers stand to benefit from refinancing. Here’s how to take advantage of that: