How to choose the right amount for your FSA in 2017

November is typically open enrollment time for millions who get health insurance, disability insurance and other benefits from an employer. If you’re one of them, among your important choices is whether you want a flexible spending account and how much money to deposit. FSAs are available through some employers as a part of benefits packages. […]
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