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HSAs As Long-Term Savings Vehicles? We Say Yes.

HSAs As Long-Term Savings Vehicles? We Say Yes.   According to a recent PlanSponsor survey, many employers don’t see HSAs as a feasible long-term savings… Read More »

Author: Craig Keohan

T. Rowe Price Survey Highlights Need For Investment HSAs

T. Rowe Price Survey Highlights Need For Investment HSAs   A recent T. Rowe Price study, “Retirement Savings and Spending: Behaviors and Attitudes Toward Retirement,”… Read More »

Author: Craig Keohan

3 Reasons Why Your HSA Should Be The First Retirement Account You Fund

3 Reasons Why Your HSA Should Be The First Retirement Account You Fund   For many people, using a 401(k) as their primary retirement savings… Read More »

HSAs: The Best Way To Save For Retirement

HSAs: The Best Way To Save For Retirement   HSAs are the unquestioned top choice for paying for current medical expenses or saving for future… Read More »

Five Tips to Optimize Your HSA If You’re Nearing Retirement or Retired

Five Tips to Optimize Your HSA If You’re Nearing Retirement or Retired   Healthcare costs will be one of the largest expenses retirees face. Healthview… Read More »

Solving The Problem Of Skyrocketing Retiree Healthcare Costs

Solving The Problem Of Skyrocketing Retiree Healthcare Costs   10,000 baby boomers are retiring every day, and they are in for a shock when it… Read More »

Author: James Denison

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 »

Why You Need To Save Specifically For Retirement Medical Expenses

If you’re contributing to a 401(k), that’s a great beginning to reaching your retirement dreams. But if you’re not putting money into an HSA for… Read More »

Having An HSA Option For Employees Drives More 401(k) Savings

You might think contributing to an HSA would lead to smaller contributions to other savings accounts, but a recent Alight study found that isn’t the… Read More »

Comparing HSAs to 401(k)s and IRAs

Here’s how HSAs stack up with two other popular retirement investment vehicles, 401(k)s and IRAs: Ready to open up an HSA? Get started here. *New… Read More »

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The IRS has extended the tax deadline from April 15th to July 15th. Individuals may continue to make 2019 HSA contributions until 11:59 p.m. EST on July 15, 2020. Read more Covid-19 updates >>