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4 ways to refresh your wellness this summer

It’s true: We’re nearing halfway through Summer, and school buses will soon be roaming our streets. (Parents might be relieved about that last part.) While we can do without the intolerable heat that often...

Self-Service Answers to Common Benefits Questions

We understand not everything can be done online, and, sometimes, having someone on the phone addressing your concerns is the comfort you want. That’s why our MyLife Advisor (MLA) team is here: to make...

Busting 4 myths about Open Enrollment

We always want to make things simple, especially when it comes to choosing and using your benefits. Read on to learn the truth behind four common Open Enrollment myths. Myth #1: I don’t need...

Coronavirus Stimulus Payment (Tax Relief) FAQs

Based on the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) signed into law on March 27, 2020, you may be eligible to receive financial relief from the federal government in the form...

Spring Clean Your Retirement Investments

When it comes to things like your retirement investments, maintenance is just as important as those first steps you take to open accounts and set up contributions. These accounts will be with you for...

Pick the Best Tax Preparation Option for You

How will you tackle your taxes this year? There are essentially four ways to get it done: File on your own using IRS forms and instructions. Hire an accountant. Use tax preparation software to...

Enjoy an Inexpensive Weekend With the Ultimate Budget Adventure

Vacations should be enjoyable — yet all too often, the expense of taking a big, long trip can make it more stressful than relaxing. But you don’t need to go all out to make...

Thinking of Combining Finances With Your Partner? What to Know

When you’re in love, you may feel like your relationship is invincible. As you commingle hobbies, friends, routines and families, you’ll start wondering about combining finances. Is it right for you? While it’s good...

Buying a New Versus a Used Car – Which Makes More Financial Sense?

When you’re in the market for a vehicle, one of the biggest decisions to make is whether it’s better to buy a new versus a used car. Do you go with the used car,...

Estimating Car Maintenance Costs

Paying for regular maintenance is part of owning a car. If you don’t budget for these costs properly, you could end up with a nasty surprise the next time your check engine light turns...
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