Health Savings Accounts have the potential to save you a lot on your taxes. The IRS recently released the updated guidelines for HSA accounts and High Deductible Health Plans. Let’s take a look.
What should you do if you accidentally use your health savings account (HSA) to pay for something that isn’t a medical related expense? Are there penalties?
Many of us will have a major health crisis in our lifetime. Are you prepared in case your health were to take a turn for the worse?
With health insurance premium costs set to go up, don’t forget to take advantage of tax credits if you are eligible. The health insurance premium tax credit can help.
A select group of people are choosing to sidestep health insurance, and the Obamacare mandate, through Christian-based health programs. Here is why it may be a good option for you.
When faced with the tough choice of paying hundreds for traditional health insurance or going without coverage, many families are starting to turn to Christian-based health programs. Here’s how they work.
When it comes to your money and your health, you can often feel cornered into making a poor decision. When in a situation like this it’s a good idea to get a second opinion.
Many employers offer a flexible spending account for employees to contribute to and save on taxes. But how do you figure out how much to contribute?
The 2013 contribution limits for Health Savings Accounts went up over the previous year. The minimum deductibles and maximum out of pocket costs associated with a High Deductible Health Plan also went up.
Taking care of your health is important, not only for your quality of life, but because of how being unhealthy can rob you of future wealth. Consider the financial ways poor health can affect you.
In January 2014 H.R.3590, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, will go live. As a result many people will see increased taxes, and others will receive tax breaks. Let’s take a look.
Near the end of the year many companies have open enrollment to sign up for benefits. Here are some resources to make it less confusing.
If you use a flexible spending account there are important changes for 2011 that you should be aware of, limiting your ability to use the pre-tax funds.
Last year I wrote a lengthy post on Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) because the company I work for was looking for ways to help employees cut costs in light of a large health insurance premium increase that we were slated to see. Flexible spending accounts are a great deal because they allow you to set […]