Why You Shouldn’t Be Scared of the High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP)
Many employers are starting to offer a high deductible health plan (HDHP) as part of their health insurance offering. So just how high does that… Read More »
What Happens To Your HSA When You Die?
It’s a question many of us wonder about, but few people ask. And does it really matter? To your spouse and beneficiary, it might. There… Read More »
HealthSavings Administrators Publishes “A Guide To Health Savings Accounts and Medicare”
HealthSavings Administrators and Paul Verberne, Esq., of Verberne x Maldonado, LLP, have created “A Guide to Health Savings Accounts and Medicare”— a free, 26-page resource covering… Read More »
HSAs Well Poised For Future Benefit Packages
In June, I attended the 70th annual Plan Sponsor Council of America (PSCA) conference. The PSCA is celebrating 70 years of caring for employees and… Read More »
White Paper: Do Your Employees Know About HSAs?
HealthSavings Administrators has released a white paper that situates the health savings account as a unique tool in saving for retirement. The paper highlights the… Read More »
New Infographic: EBRI Insights On The State Of HSAs
For the past three years, the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) has released an Issue Brief providing insights on the state of health savings accounts… Read More »
How The Recently Passed House Bill Would Impact HSAs
The American Health Care Act recently passed in the House would be good news for health savings account (HSA) owners; however, as written, the bill may… Read More »
House Republican Plan Would Match HSA Contribution Limits with HDHP Out-of-Pocket Caps
In response to Obamacare, House Republicans revealed their proposed American Health Care Act on March 7, 2017, and the bill includes boons for health savings… Read More »
Think Inside the (Shoe)Box
Have you heard about “shoeboxing” your HSA receipts? Ever wondered how it works? Check out this quick video to learn how.
How to Make the Most of Your (HSA) Snow Day
We had more than eight inches of snow this weekend in greater Richmond, Va., which means nothing moved for at least 24 hours—48 hours if… Read More »