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The Value of a Limited Use FSA

Did you know that Limited Use FSA's are the perfect complement to your Health Savings Account (HSA)? It's true. While the Limited Use FSA differs from a Traditional FSA, they work in the same manner. Employees choose...

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W-2 Reporting of Group Health Plan Coverage Revised

Integra Insurance Services would like to ensure you are aware that the IRS issued revised guidance for form W-2 reporting of group health plan coverage so your business remains compliant. Change to NoticesThe revised...

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NAWBO Silicon Valley Health & Wellness Fair

Join the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) in their 1st Annual Health & Wellness Fair. This event should prove to be dynamic and interactive. You'll be able to peruse a multitude of vendors with...

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2012 Indexed Figures

The 2012 IRS Indexed Figures (for the Adoption Credit, Adoption Credit through Section 125 Cafeteria Plans, Commuter Accounts, Health Savings Account and Long-Term Care) have been released and are as follows: ...

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2012 Commuter Benefit Limits

Congress has not acted to extend the monthly allowable transit benefit that was increased as a part of The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. The Transit Benefit extension was not included in the Temporary...

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Hoffman's Bistro and Patisserie: Restaurant Impossible!

If there's one thing I like, it's food. I get my inspiration from my imagination, perusing the web and of course the Food Network. One show that captures my interest is Restaurant Impossible. I adore Robert Irvine's...

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Different Types of Deductibles

Health insurance is much like a foreign language in that it really is a completely different lexicon to most. If you do not understand how to translate, the miscommunication could easily cause a panic when it comes time...

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Post-Halloween, Pre-Thanksgiving

This might seem untimely as Halloween has already passed but Thanksgiving is right around the corner. And if your office is anything like mine, there are definitely remnants of Halloween lingering about the kitchen. The...

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Fire Prevention Week

The history of National Fire Prevention Week has its roots in the Great Chicago Fire, that occurred on October 9, 1871. The final tally was staggering: More than 250 people dead, 100,000 homeless, 17,400 structures...

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Healthy Eating Plate

I read an interesting article today from another blog, which touches on an article I wrote back in June about your lifestyle being just as important as any diet out there. What I failed to mention was the US Department...

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