The Affordable Care Act (ACA), enacted in 2010, is a comprehensive health care reform that provides rights and protections for consumers. The ACA provides options for individuals, families, small employers, and their employees to enroll in health care coverage.
As the end of the calendar year approaches, does your health insurance calendar year also end? Health insurance often provides free preventive care checkups or funds for flexible savings accounts (FSA) or health reimbursement accounts (HRA).
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is a comprehensive health care reform law enacted in 2010 to make affordable health insurance available to more people. The law provides consumers with subsidies, otherwise known as premium tax credits, which lower costs for households with incomes between 100% and 400% of the federal poverty level.
Having a health insurance plan does not mean that all medical expenses are covered. Health savings accounts (HSA) and flexible savings accounts (FSA) are designed to help consumers budget for deductibles, co-pays, prescription costs, out-of-pocket costs, and other unexpected medical expenses.
The annual enrollment period for Medicare is here. This is your opportunity to review your current plan and reevaluate your Medicare coverage.
There are many options to pay for post-secondary education, such as savings, scholarships, grants, and student loans (federal and private).
When starting a new career or changing jobs, the financial benefits area consideration. Utilize the following tools to help you make informed decisions.
Post-secondary education is an investment that pays off with skilled job and career opportunities. Utilize available resources to help make informed decisions.
A common misconception with retirement is that you do not have to start thinking about it until you get older. This could not be further from the truth, as the sooner you start thinking and planning for retirement, the better off you will be.
No matter what your age or when you plan to retire, now is the time to begin saving for retirement. Saving becomes secondary when we prioritize other demands, such as marriage, buying a house, and/or raising children. Each month you delay impacts the total savings you will have when you begin retirement.