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If I told you that you could spend up to a third less on your medical expenses, would you be interested? Well you can. It’s called the Flexible Spending Account (FSA), and it’s usually available through employers. This is an account that you put money into that can be used for certain health-care costs. … Continue reading
I was engaged in a conversation about guns. On one side, the need for owning guns to protect oneself and one’s family seemed unassailable. On the other side, horror. On one side, the importance of safe, responsible gun ownership, including training for proper use (storage, cleaning, etc.) was touted as of primary importance. On … Continue reading
I like finding connections between seemingly disparate aspects of our lives. And while thinking about the self-employment-versus-working-for-others issue, I realized that there is an interesting and unlikely connection between the type of job you have and whether you rent or own your living space.
Safety and security are important components of anyone’s life, whether physical (we won’t be mugged or assaulted), financial (we will have enough to eat, have shelter), or any other metric. But when it comes to less universal metrics, people’s attitudes toward safety become more personal. And one way that we can see this is … Continue reading