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Over the next few months people across the U.S. will have to make decisions about health coverage. The questions about how that it will all work keep coming in, with people seeking details about available plans and the size of the penalties if they don't comply.
What Is a Health Savings Account?
A printable PDF of this backgrounder is available here.
Health savings accounts are a great back-door way to fund your retirement
Health savings accounts let you save for health-care expenses and retirement if you use them effectively. Are you spending or saving?
Rules for Rolling Over an IRA to a Health Savings Account
Generally, you can roll over an IRA to an HSA if you haven't signed up for Medicare yet. But it gets complicated if you're within a year of Medicare eligibility.
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How Much You Can Stash in a Health Savings Account
If you had an HSA-eligible health policy for only part of the year, special rules determine how much you can contribute to your HSA account.
What You Need to Know Before Choosing a Beneficiary for a Health Savings Account
Health savings vs. flexible spending accounts: How do they affect taxes?
Certain people can benefit from both types of tax-advantaged plans.
How to Use a Health Savings Account for Retirement
We hear a lot about the benefits of using IRAs and 401(k)s to stockpile cash for retirement, but if you’ve maxed out those accounts for the year and are looking for something else to sink your money into, a Health Savings Account might be your next best option.
How to Open a Health Savings Account
If you don’t have employer insurance, where can you open a Health Savings Account? That’s what we’re considering this week.
What You Need to Know About a Health Savings Account
Healthcare costs continue to rise with each passing day. A health savings account helps you save money on medical expenses with tax-free dollars.
How To Pick The Health Savings Account That Is Right For You
Health savings accounts offer unrivaled triple tax advantages. Morningstar rates its top 10 HSA providers.
Health Savings Account: What You Should Know
If you don’t know the ins and outs of a health savings account (HSA), it’s important to start learning. Here's what you should know about these accounts.
5 Tips for Making Health Savings Accounts Work for You
Putting money in a Health Savings Account, or HSA, can help you and your family pay for health expen...
What is an HSA? How to know if this health savings plan is right for you
An HSA, or health savings account, has tax and investment advantages, and should not be confused with the more limited FSA, or flexible spending account.
If you have access to an FSA or HSA, here's why you should sign up for one this year
Only 13% of Americans currently have a flexible savings account, while 17% have a health savings account. But these accounts can save you money and reduce the uncertainty around a trip to the doctor's or a medical emergency.
6 things you should know about your health savings account (HSA)
(BPT) - For many families, health care is a major expense, even with health insurance coverage. There's a great solution that can help financially prepare you for out-of-pocket costs, and it may be right there in your wallet: A health savings account "A health savings account is a valuable tool that can help you manage health care expenses for you and your family," says Deb Culhane, President and CEO, Optum Bank. "If your employer offers health savings accounts, or HSAs, it's well worth…
Top 5 reasons to love health savings accounts
Consumers who are between the ages of 55 and 65 also have the opportunity to make additional “catch-up” contributions to the fund.
What Are Health Savings Accounts?
As health care costs continue to rise, consumers must find ways to ensure that they have the funds to pay for medical expenses not covered through their insurance. One way to save specifically for health care costs is to fund a health savings account, or HSA. HSAs are tax-advantaged savings acco
What is an HSA (Health Savings Account)?
High deductible health plans (HDHPs) have become popular in recent years, especially for those looking to lower their health insurance premium costs. While deductibles may be high with an HDHP, they are typically offered in conjunction with a health savings plan, or HSA.