Monthly Archives: November 2013

Three Reasons to Check Your Online Social Security Statements Each Year

It’s been a few years since the Social Security Administration stopped mailing annual paper Social Security Statements to those aged 25-60. I know, most people didn’t know what the statement was for and either threw it away or filed it somewhere. Now the SSA provides these statement online if you are under age 60. There are good reasons to check this statement on an annual basis. Continue reading

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Health FSAs Gain More Flexibility

The IRS has modified the “use-or-lose” rule for health flexible spending arrangements (FSAs) to give employers the option to allow participating employees to carry over up to $500 of unused amounts remaining in their health FSAs at year-end. Continue reading

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