It’s time to think about health insurance and reassess your family’s needs.
Dr. Jesse M. Ketterman, Jr. works as an Extension Educator for University of Maryland serving Allegany, Garrett, and Washington counties focusing on financial and health insurance literacy. He began his career in the University System of Maryland in 1999 working in student affairs leading wellness related initiatives and transitioned to Extension in 2016. Dr. Ketterman earned a PhD in Educational Leadership from Touro University International, Masters’ degrees in Business Administration and Education from Frostburg State University, and a Bachelor’s Degree from West Virginia Wesleyan. He is an Accredited Financial Counselor.
This year, Governor Hogan has declared October as Reading and Financial Literacy Month in Maryland.
A flexible spending account is a tax-advantaged tool that can help you save for health and dependent care expenses such as child care, medical needs, and other health services.
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