RS provides cafeteria plan relief for the pandemic

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Congress enacted temporary special rules for health flexible spending arrangements (FSAs) and dependent care assistance programs under Sec. 125 cafeteria plans. The new rules were put in place as part of the Consolidated Appropriations

Financial Planning: 10 Opportunities for 2021

How can you optimize your financial plans for 2021? Financial experts think these 10 ideas have potential for success—if you get started soon. Photo courtesy of Getty Images Have you set specific financial, investment, estate and philanthropic goals for 2021

5 Must Haves in Your 2021 Financial Plan

Start the new year with a plan, but don't leave out these important considerations. A new year offers everyone an opportunity to revisit their financial priorities and to document them in a written financial plan. In an effort to keep

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The Young Person’s Guide to Investing

Narrowing down all the options and figuring out where to turn can be paralyzing. We’ve got you covered. Investing doesn’t have to be that complicated. But when you’re just starting out, it can be hard to knock it off your

A Financial Planer Is Important Now

A Financial Planer Is Important Now After a pandemic rattles the economy, professional advice can be crucial for investors. Investors must navigate a global pandemic that resulted in unemployment, market volatility and crushing economic losses.

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COVID-19 Stimulus Payments Round 2: What You Need to Know

Congress has finally reached a bipartisan deal on a $900 billion Coronavirus Relief stimulus package, and the President has signed it into law. This one also includes a stimulus payment, but...


Research has proved that the patients who access healthcare through telemedicine show lower rates of stress and anxiety than those who go for in-person visits

Everything You Need to Vote

November 3, 2020 is Election Day and it’s coming up on us quick. We want to help you prepare. Here’s everything you need to do to make sure your vote counts this year.   Make sure you’re registered Don’t wait until

Is Taking a Gap Year This Fall a Good Idea?

The reality of COVID-19 has college students across the country planning to skip the upcoming school year, with some citing worry over personal finances and concern over online classes. Many students and their families lost income amid the pandemic, making it tougher

How Your Pet Can Help Your Mental Health

My young daughter struggles with anxiety. During a recent episode of panic I was struggling to help her calm her racing mind when my sixty-five-pound Pit Bull mix came to check on her, and it brought me a moment of


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