Comparing and Signing Up For the Most Cost Effective Private Health Insurance Plan


The rising cost of health care coupled with many employers cutting back on benefits has led to a large number of people having to go out into the market place and find their own private health insurance plans to meet their coverage needs. In addition to being more costly than standard employer sponsored plans, the […]

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2015 vs 2014 Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) Contribution Limits


[Updated for 2015] Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) have been around for a while now and many families use them as a tax advantaged way to save for health care related costs.. If you use FSA or similar pre-tax accounts like a Health or Dependent Care Savings Account these are changes you should be aware of, particularly during […]

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2015 vs. 2014 HSA Contribution Limits and Tax Rules – How to Best Utilize Health Savings Accounts


[Updated with 2015 HSA limits] Based on IRS figures, here the 2015 (vs. 2014) HSA limits. HSAs have risen in popularity thanks to health-care law changes and the increasing use of high-deductible health plans (see earlier updates below). HSA plans and their equivalents have grown from just over 1 million accounts with $873 million in assets in […]

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