All month long you can look forward to informative and insightful resources in support of HSA Education Month. Last week we debunked 10 common HSA myths. Now, as part of efforts to support HSA education in September, you can ...Read More
These days, the health savings account (HSA) is almost a household name. Created in 2003, more than 30 million accounts have been opened in the past 18 years.1 But just because the HSA is common doesn’t mean it’s...Read More
This blog is the third of a four-part series that provides strategic insights you can use to maximize the value of your HSA program. At HealthEquity, we think beyond employee education, focusing more on year-round engagement...Read More
Last year, we conducted a survey of 1,155 full-time employees across the United States to understand how they were managing healthcare expenses during COVID-19. We found that many are unaware of how much healthcare services...Read More
Make a last-minute contribution to your Health Savings Account (HSA) to potentially reduce your tax bill
As COVID-19 vaccine distribution continues to ramp up, many employers are considering whether and to what extent they should incentivize the vaccine among employees. Vaccine mandates are unlikely for several reasons, mostly...Read More
December is birthday month for the health savings account (HSA)!
Seventeen years ago, on December 8, 2003, the Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement, and Modernization Act was signed into law. This legislation replaced the...Read More
The COVID-19 pandemic has been challenging for everyone, but it’s been especially difficult for working families, according to a new national omnibus survey from HealthEquity.
Conducted in the fall of 2020, the survey asked...Read More
Economic pressures from COVID-19 have made managing benefits costs a greater challenge than ever before. Fortunately, there's a lot employers can do to help their organizations build resistance to cost increases.
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Robust health savings are more important than ever, but most employees aren’t meeting basic benchmarks. Employers can – and should consider – playing a role in correcting this.
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- Americans have less than $3,000...