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Use the dollars in this tax-advantaged account now or you may lose them for good

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If you’re still sitting on a hefty balance in your flexible spending account, you’re running out of time to use the money for qualified medical expenses. Here’s what you need to know. Source link: Click here for more
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Open enrollment for workplace benefits is almost over. Here are five last-minute tips

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As this year’s open enrollment season winds down, there are a few benefits decisions worth revisiting before it’s too late. Source link: Click here for more
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Health-care leaders mourn Kaiser Permanente CEO Bernard Tyson, who unexpectedly died at age 60

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Tyson served on the board of the American Heart Association and Salesforce.com, and helped steer the World Economic Forum’s Global Challenge on the Future of Health. Source link: Click here for more
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Many Americans are drowning in medical debt. Here’s what to know if you need some relief

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High health-care bills are the No. 1 reason that people would consider taking money from retirement accounts or filing for bankruptcy. Medical experts weigh in on what you can do to try to ease the burden. Source link: Click here for more
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Beyond health care: Don’t miss the other benefits of open enrollment

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There are often a variety of benefits available during open enrollment in addition to medical care such as student loan repayment, elder care, pet insurance and mental health assistance. Source link: Click here for more
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Four key tips to consider during open enrollment for your company benefits

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Just sticking with your previous choices could be a costly mistake. Source link: Click here for more
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What to watch for during health-care enrollment season at work

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For most employees, November marks the start of the open enrollment period when workers get a chance to rejigger all of their benefits, including health insurance. After years of employers passing a larger share of health-care costs onto employees in the form of higher deductibles, co-pays and other out-of-pocket costs,...
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Elizabeth Warren says she would not raise middle class taxes for $52 trillion health care plan

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As she became one of the frontrunners in the Democratic presidential race, Elizabeth Warren faced more pressure about funding Medicare for All. Source link: Click here for more
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Trump immigration ban: Lawsuit seeks to prevent administration from denying visas to immigrants who can’t afford health care

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Washington — A coalition of immigration advocacy groups and legal organizations on Wednesday mounted the first legal challenge against a sweeping proclamation President Trump issued earlier this month that would allow the government to reject visa applications from immigrants it determines will not be able to pay for health insurance...
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UnitedHealthcare, an insurance giant, acquires patient monitoring start-up Vivify Health

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Vivify sits in the remote patient monitoring space, providing connected devices and other technologies to track at-risk patients at home. In theory, such interventions will help reduce the number of patients rushing to the emergency room. Source link: Click here for more
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Lionel Richie and Jeb Bush back a start-up that aims to upend the $3 trillion US health-care system

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Heal is a start-up that delivers doctor services to one’s home through an app and provides all key medical tests. It has raised $75 million in venture capital and attracted such celebrity backers as Lionel Richie and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush. Source link: Click here for more
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Elizabeth Warren takes heat for dodging questions on ‘Medicare for All’ taxes

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Elizabeth Warren has promised that “Medicare for All” would raise taxes on the wealthiest Americans and lower costs for middle-class families. Source link: Click here for more
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Prudential to charge higher insurance rates for people who vape — the same as smokers

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Customers who vape will be classified as smokers instead of nonsmokers when applying for individual insurance policies, Prudential said in an emailed statement Wednesday. Source link: Click here for more
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Here’s why it pays to shop for this tax-advantaged savings account

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All HSAs benefit from a so-called “triple-tax advantage.” However, they’re all different if you’re comparing costs, investment options and more. How to find the right one. Source link: Click here for more
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Worried about health-care costs in retirement? Here are 4 ways to keep costs down

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Dealing with health issues is a top concern among retirees, yet there are steps you can take to mitigate expenses where Medicare falls short. Source link: Click here for more

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