• Handbags and luggages

    Properly carrying handbags and luggage may relieve and prevent neck, shoulder, and back pain

    Dr. Karyn Staples demonstrate the proper way to wheel your luggage through the airport. SPONSORED FEATURE That pain in the neck you’re feeling? It could be caused by your purse. The back pain that’s got you sidelined? Also potentially caused by your purse or by luggage or other heavy items you’re carrying daily. As we travel and prepare to celebrate during the holiday season, the opportunity for pain and injuries resulting from improperly lifting or carrying things increases. It’s enough to make the “most wonderful time of the year,” well, not so awesome. Knowing the best way to handle your  

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  • Special Packages

    IRS offers flexibility on carrying over unused FSA funds amid coronavirus

    The Internal Revenue Service provided guidance Thursday on how employees and employers can carry over unused money from flexible spending accounts and dependent care assistance programs during the COVID-19 pandemic. Notice 2021-15 details the relief offered under the stimulus package passed by Congress in December, which included provisions allowing greater flexibility for employee benefit plans in the use of FSA and dependent care assistance funds. The COVID-related Taxpayer Certainty and Disaster Tax Relief Act of 2020, which was part of the overall appropriations package, gave administrators of employee benefit plans extra discretion in 2021 and 2022 to adjust their programs  

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