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I Hate Flexible Spending Accounts

I hate “flexible” spending accounts, i.e. those accounts where you put say $1000 in tax-free but you then must submit a bunch of health or education receipts to claim the money–and the “benefits manager” tells you half of the receipts you submitted are no good so you have to trawl through your files to find […] The post I Hate Flexible Spending Accounts appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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