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Getting More From Your Benefits

Getting More From Your Benefits

Everyone is looking for the BEST option when it comes to careers. We all want the best pay, but sometimes, what's more important is the added benefits that come along with that paycheck. For me, I want to know if a business offers good health benefits, 401(k), and ways to help me save and grow my money to prepare for the future. With steep competition in the job market, some companies are going above and beyond your basic benefits package and retirement account offerings. They are going much bigger than traditional FSAs, HSAs, and HRAs. They are looking...

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Can I Recycle This?

Can I Recycle This?

Have you ever stood over the trash and recycling bins, wondering if the object in your hand can be recycled? I think we’ve all been there!

It may be more accurate that there are three types of recyclers.

There’s the one I described, The Contemplator. There’s the person who doesn’t ask themselves the recycling question, The Landfill Enthusiast. There are the few people in the office that know the answers to the recycling questions, The Lecturers. These people can often be heard saying, “Are you going...

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ACA Penalty Appeal Support

ACA Penalty Appeal Support

The pandemic is changing the way we all work, including the IRS. Since the scathing report from the Inspector General earlier this year, the Internal Revenue Service haven't answered their calls, still we know they are working diligently behind closed doors to step up their penalty letters and create much-needed revenue. According to the report, the IRS collected a mere 4.4% of its original goal for assessing ACA penalties. The estimated penalty income was based on employers failing to offer affordable health coverage to employees; however, most employers were already providing coverage, so the IRS lost...

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Back-to-School Tips During a Pandemic

Back-to-School Tips During a Pandemic

School will seem very strange for children this year, no matter which teaching model your school district has chosen. Whether your district will select in-class and remote learning as a hybrid or in-person only classes, preparation is vital to make the transition as smooth as possible for you and your kids.

Here are some of our tips for making the transition back into the classroom as safe as possible.

Before going back to school: Check your children each morning for signs of sickness, such as a fever, sore throat, coughing, or body aches If your...

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