In a previous post we revealed some fees that may be lurking in an HSA. In this post we’ll go a step beyond and explore what fees reveal about your HSA provider and their motivations.
Michael Kitces, director of financial...Read More
Let’s face it, shopping for a health savings account (HSA) provider is an overwhelming process. Most providers can cover the basics and deliver HSAs that may check all your boxes but act more like a supercharged flexible spending...Read More
“In this world nothing can said to be certain, except death and taxes.” — Benjamin Franklin
With the passage of new tax laws in December 2017, the United States Congress made changes for deductions and corporate tax rates, but...Read More
UPDATE: On April 26, 2018, the IRS reversed their guidance and restored the maximum annual contribution limit for a family HSA to $6,900 for taxpayers with qualifying coverage. Accountholders wishing to make the maximum annual...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More