SECURE 2.0 Student Loan Match - Decrease Student Loan Debt and Build Retirement Savings

In October of 2023, the moratorium on student loan repayment was lifted and Americans with outstanding student loans began making payments again on their $1.76 trillion of student loan debt. (1)  Wit...

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What Happens to Your Unused FSA Dollars?

Flexible spending accounts (FSAs) are great for expenses like prescription drugs, eyeglasses, and doctor's appointments. However, when individuals do not use all their funds, they typically lose their...

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Quiet Quitting: What Is It and What Can You Do About It?

Hustle culture is out. Quiet quitting is in. Quiet quitting is a viral new term that describes the act of only working within your job description.  What is quiet quitting? Quiet quitting is not re...

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Benefits of Having an HSA: The Triple Tax Advantage

Tax Benefits of Health Savings Accounts (HSA) Did you know that tax advantages are considered the most significant benefit of an HSA account? While 401(k)s, 403(b)s, and individual retirement accoun...

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Is a Consumer Driven Health Plan (CDHP) Right For Me?

Even with great health insurance coverage, the out-of-pocket costs of care really add up! Co-pays, deductibles, prescriptions.... even dental and vision care expenses can take a big chunk out of a fam...

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HSA for Braces

A health savings account (HSA) allows you to pay for braces and save 20-30% on your hard-earned money. Learn more about how an HSA can be used on your orthodontia expenses. ...

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Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) - A Simple Overview

Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) are a no-cost benefit offered by your employer that can help you save money by allowing you to pay for qualified out-of-pocket healthcare expenses on a pre-tax basis....

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What is a Dependent Care FSA?

Dependent Care FSAs are tax-advantaged accounts that let you use pre-tax dollars to pay for eligible dependent care expenses. A qualifying ‘dependent’ may be a child under age 13, a disabled spous...

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Turn To Your HSA When You’re Expecting a Baby

If you’re welcoming a baby into the world, a nursery and cute clothes may be on your radar. But your health savings account (HSA) should be on your radar, too! Here’s some insight into what havi...

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The Great Resignation and the Need to Adapt Open Enrollment

Aviben is a market-leading third-party administrator of employee benefits and retirement savings plans with clients across the United States. Since 2005, Aviben has been helping public and private em...

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