I don't know how many "requests for substantiation" of FSA claims I've gotten (really they're demands), but I do know that there is something odd when the administrator can't apparently figure out that "Minnesota Children's Clinic" or "Chaska Dental Clinic" might actually be selling eligible medical and dental care, not power tools, beer, or motorcycles.
Even more surreal; we reward the guys who come up with these bureaucratic nightmares by giving them big offices, prestigious titles, and large paychecks. I would have thought that a trip to Singapore for a caning would be more appropriate, but maybe that's just me.
ObamaCare: What you need to know (Part 5): Interested in Samaritan Ministries? I am too... - *(Many thanks to Joe Helt for contributing to this post.)* Samaritan Ministries (not to be confused with Samaritan's Purse) is not insurance. If you're g...
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