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5 more answers to top HSA questions

Posted by HealthEquity on Feb 20, 2018 12:13:12 PM

 Note: A previous blog post discussed answers to the top 10 HSA questions. We will continue to bring you answers to top HSA questions.

This post is part of our ongoing series of articles related to the top questions about HSAs. The following questions are popular questions about using an HSA to save.



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More answers to top HSA questions

Posted by HealthEquity on Jan 15, 2018 11:55:00 PM

Note: A previous blog post discussed answers to the top 10 HSA questions. We will continue to bring you answers to top HSA questions.

Health Savings accounts (HSAs) can be beneficial for employees as well as your company. Still, employees may have questions about these accounts (especially if you are offering it to them for the first time). The following are more answers to some common questions about HSAs:



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Resolve to make the most of your HSA in 2018

Posted by HealthEquity on Jan 1, 2018 11:55:00 PM

 2018 has arrived, which means many people are making resolutions for the upcoming year. Goals usually include things like losing weight, making new friends or saving money. Some of these resolutions will end before much progress is made (is eating a lot of broccoli really worth it?!), but there are some resolutions you can make that will benefit you now and in the future, especially with an HSA! Here are a few suggestions for HSA resolutions for 2018:

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5 myths about HSAs

Posted by HealthEquity on Dec 4, 2017 11:55:00 PM

HSAs have experienced significant growth in recent years. Devenir, a national research company, published their 2016 survey results in February 2017 and found that HSAs assets grew by 22 percent in 2016. They estimate that total HSA assets will continue to increase for the foreseeable future.

Despite all of this growth, there are some persistent myths about HSAs that may cause some people to hesitate in opening an account and miss out on the advantages that HSAs provide. The following are facts that answer fictions related to HSAs:

 

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The top 3 "worst" things about HSAs

Posted by HealthEquity on Nov 27, 2017 11:55:00 PM

In 2003, health savings accounts (HSAs) were established as a way for people to save tax-free money for qualified medical expenses. Since that time, millions of people have created accounts and benefit from the tax savings that comes with an HSA.

HSAs have inherent advantages that other medical savings accounts don’t, but there are a few details about HSAs that make some people nervous to open an account. However, when you look closer, you’ll find that the “worst” things about HSAs can actually be advantageous to accountholders. Here are the three “worst” things about HSAs:

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Topics: HSA, HSA investing, HSA questions, HSA fees

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