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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…

Author: Pat Jarrett

New White Paper Presents Insights for Making HSAs Resonate with Millennials

HealthSavings Administrators and HSA Coach have released a white paper about Millennials’ health savings account (HSA) adoption rates and their use of these money and…

Author: Jenny Chu

New Infographic: Millennials & HSAs

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Author: Jenny Chu

Contributing to Your HSA During Your First Year on Medicare

Calculating how much you can contribute to your HSA during your first year of Medicare can be tricky. But there are answers in Internal Revenue…

Author: Jenny Chu

IRS Sets 2017 Contribution Limits

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has issued its new guidelines for 2017 HSA contributions. The family contribution limit remains the same as 2016, but the…

Author: Jenny Chu

It’s Tax Time! Know Where You’re Headed with These Tips

It’s a New Year, and you know what that means — time to get organized for filing your taxes. If you have a health savings…

Author: Jennifer Harris

We’re on YouTube!

Curious about our new online member portal? Take a tour of the site and learn how to perform basic account functions with our new video tutorials…

Author: Jennifer Harris

Interview With W. Patrick Jarrett

Curious about the connection between saving for health care and retirement? Our COO, Pat Jarrett, was recently interviewed by NewRetirement as part of their Expert Interview…

Author: Jennifer Harris

America Saves Week Re-Cap

Last week, HealthSavings participated in America Saves Week to encourage saving and investing in a healthy future. If you missed our helpful tips, here’s the re-cap…

Author: Jennifer Harris

Take 12 Months of Deductions in One Month

HSAs have a last-month of the tax-year rule. An individual is considered eligible for an HSA for an entire year, if they had a high…

Author: Jennifer Harris