What is the conclusion about these $0.01 contributions?
What happens if your employer opens an HSA account for you and contributes $0.01 in the month before you become legally eligible to have an HSA?
Perhaps you are referring to the first post on the second page of the comments, which is a completely different person to the first post on the first page of the comments ?an_asker wrote:I can see OP's hurt feelings, but I can also see the point of view of those being critical of him.
amitb00 wrote:Ok, so I used Sallie Mae card at Walmart Super Center and got 5% cash back. So nice card. With two of them my limit has gone to 500 a month from usual 250
Duckie wrote:Either from the top or the bottom of the page mine works like this:
My Accounts >> Account maintenance >> Security profile >> Timeout settings
livesoft wrote:My spouse's 401(k) check sat on the front doormat for more than a day before I noticed it. We didn't mail it anywhere.
I have a 1-legged stool.4ransom wrote:The old 3 legged stool, income is about one third each-investments, pensions, and SS.
adamthesmythe wrote:For a piece of mass-market software Acrobat is fairly extremely buggy.
Check your numbers. (Hint: some "illions" are bigger than others.) If there really were one death per 83,333 miles, we'd almost all be dead.Confused wrote:30,000 deaths? Out of 2.5 trillion miles driven in the US? One death per 83,333 miles?