Here’s How To Spend Your FSA Money In 2020

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HuffPost may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Prices and availability subject to change. JackF via Getty ImagesIf you’ve already checked your FSA plan, know your FSA deadlines and are eager to learn more about the qualified expenses and approved items you can use before […]

Coronavirus: How To Talk To Your Kids About The Disease

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As the coronavirus outbreak progresses, parents are facing questions from their children, who have picked up bits and pieces of information (and misinformation) from the internet, TV, teachers and classmates. The topic is a daunting one to tackle with children, as there’s a lot of fear and uncertainty surrounding the […]

Postmates and Instacart introduce ‘no contact’ deliveries

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First it was Uber’s Quiet Cars, and now the socially avoidant can get their Postmates without actually seeing anyone. The company added “Dropoff Options” to its delivery service without mentioning the growing coronavirus outbreak by name, but clearly looking to service folks who, for one reason or another, would prefer […]

Austin cancels SXSW over coronavirus fears

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“This is not unlike a Hurricane looming in the gulf,” a city spokesman told assembled reporters. “Now is the time to prepare.” “We are exploring options to reschedule the event and are working to provide a virtual SXSW online experience as soon as possible for 2020 participants, starting with SXSW […]

Google explains how it’s tackling the coronavirus outbreak

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What you don’t see will also matter. Google said it was “working around the clock” to stamp out conspiracy theories and other misinformation, including malware and phishing scams exploiting fear of the coronavirus outbreak. It’s blocking all ads trying to exploit the outbreak while helping the WHO and governments run […]