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  • Pile of HSA money
    Health Savings Account limits announced for 2013
    The IRS has annnounced the figures for 2013 regarding Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) governing the maximum tax deductible contribution, minimum insurance plan deductibles and a couple other things.HSAs were first created in 2003 as a way to pay...
  • 2011 Maryland Report Card Released
    2011 Maryland Report Card Released
    On June 29, 2011, the Maryland State Department of Education released its 2011 Maryland Report Card. This report card reflects how the state, school districts and individual schools are doing in regards to meeting Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) as...
  • Md. recognizes 530 schools for student achievement and improved performance
    Md. recognizes 530 schools for student achievement and improved performance
    The Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) is recognizing 439 elementary and middle schools and 91 high schools across the State for the academic performance of their students.The recognition program honors schools for their performance on...
  • Michael Baumgartner
    WA Senate passes Baumgartner-backed health savings account bill
    The Washington State Senate today passed Engrossed Senate Bill 5773, which would make a health savings account option and high-deductible health plan available to public employees. The bill, co-sponsored by Sen. Michael Baumgartner, R-Spokane,...
  • Grandparenting Examiner
    Ouch! Healthcare Reform hits seniors still working
    Seniors, are you still working? Do you have a Flexible Spending Account – first authorized by Congress in 1978 - or Health Savings Account that allows you to reduce your taxable income to pay for qualified health care?If you’re one of...