Benefits of a Flexible Spending Account

Benefits of a Flexible Spending Account

A Flexible Spending Account (FSA) is an employer-sponsored benefit plan that allows employees to set aside pre-tax dollars from their paychecks to pay for certain eligible expenses. Before deciding if one is right for you, let’s look at the benefits of a Flexible Spending Account.  An FSA aims to help…
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Do You Need Health Insurance?

No matter what age you are or how healthy you are, having health insurance is the most important thing you can have and do for yourself. Unfortunately, health insurance can easily get overlooked if your employer does not provide it or you’re just entering adulthood. Below are some reasons why…
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Options for Drug Advocacy Prescription Assistance Plans

If you find yourself like millions of uninsured Americans, getting the medications you need can be scary. Fortunately, there are options through Drug Advocacy Prescription Assistance Plans (PAP).  According to a report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in 2020, 31.6 million (9.7%) people of all ages…

Low-income Special Enrollment Period Extended

A low-income Special Enrollment Period extension is said to benefit millions of people potentially.   At the end of the last Open Enrollment, roughly 1/3 of Marketplace participants had income at or below the 150% federal poverty level (or FPL, which is $19,320 per year for a single person in…
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Are Autism Treatments Covered by Health Insurance?

Autism treatments covered by health insurance vary by state and plan. Fortunately, the Affordable Care Act contains important provisions for individuals with autism and related conditions and their families. >Most health insurance plans are no longer allowed to deny, limit, exclude, or charge more for coverage to anyone based on…