Captain Contributor Explains Transit Accounts

Transit accounts (aka Commuter plans) are an employer-sponsored fringe benefit where employees can use set-aside money to help cover the cost of commuter expenses. If you travel to and from work, you could be saving on those travel-related expenses with a Transit plan.

 

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