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The new trimester started at high school today, and my teen is taking Personal Financial Responsibility. I’m pretty excited about it, and I wish more schools offered a similar elective.
Between New Year’s resolutions and a fresh tax year, it’s time for all new financial goals. Since we started a new business last year, our goals are primarily related to
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Are you happy with your health insurance plan? Or are premium amounts, deductibles and copays draining your bank account? Are you paying for services you don’t need or want, like smoking cessation classes or a life coach?
Could your family save a bundle by opting for a plan with a higher deductible that offers lower premiums and copays? Or one that covers prescription drugs in the GAP?
Open enrollment is the time period you’re allowed to make changes to employee benefits like health, dental, vision and life insurance plans. Dates and time frames vary by company and providers, but are always held at least once a year. For those folks who receive Medicare benefits, open enrollment always occurs from November 15 through December 31.
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Refinancing a home is a long process that depends on several factors. Evaluate the following five factors to help you decide whether or not to embark on a refinancing adventure!