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Monitoring Financial Health: Tax Rate

What is Tax Rate? Tax Rate is a key indicator of your financial health. It's the percentage of your annual gross income that goes to taxes. Total Annual Taxes Paid / Total Personal Income = Tax Rate Example: Assume your annual income is $300K. If you pay $87,600 in...

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Using An HSA For Retirement

Most people spend their HSA money on current medical expenses. This is fine, but using an HSA for retirement is even better! HSA as a retirement account A Health Savings Account (HSA) lets you deduct your contributions, and pay medical expenses tax-free. Thus, an HSA...

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