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Why You Should Make HSA Contributions For 2019 (Even in 2020)

Why You Should Make HSA Contributions For 2019 (Even in 2020)   Like an IRA, you may have heard that you can still make contributions… Read More »

Catch-Up Contribution FAQs and Answers

Catch-Up Contribution FAQs & Answers   If you are age 55 and older, you are allowed to contribute up to an extra $1,000 each year… Read More »

Your 7-Step HSA Checklist For 2020

Your 7-Step HSA Checklist For 2020   With 2020 right around the corner, folks are hard at work putting together New Year’s resolutions: eating better,… Read More »

Your Investing 101 Glossary

Your Investing 101 Glossary Using your HSA to pay for qualified medical expenses tax-free is great, but investing your funds and letting them grow tax-free… Read More »

How Do HSAs Work?

How Do HSAs Work? Health savings accounts (HSAs) are hands-down the best medical savings accounts on the market. But if you don’t fully understand how… Read More »

How Much Can You Contribute To Your HSA If Your Health Coverage Changes?

How Much Can You Contribute To Your HSA If Your Health Coverage Changes?   The more you contribute to your HSA, the more funds you… Read More »

How To Make a Full HSA Contribution If You Sign Up Mid-Year

If you gain HSA eligibility and open an HSA mid-year, you might think your only contribution option that year is to prorate the annual contribution… Read More »

What You Need to Know About Medicare and HSAs

If you’re getting close to 65, you’re probably considering signing up for Medicare. If you have an HSA, here are a few things you need… Read More »

How to Transfer or Roll Over Your HSA Accounts

If you have multiple funded health savings accounts (HSAs), consolidating your funds into one HSA can save you time and money. To do this, you… 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 »