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An IRS rule change means your employer may allow you to adjust your FSA contributions midyear. Here’s the case for increasing (or decreasing) them.
Going from “my” finances to “our” finances can chafe. Here’s how one woman built a shared financial identity that didn’t leave her feeling compromised.
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The Apple Card, with its decent rewards and low fees, is more than meets the eye and should be strongly considered by iPhone users.