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HSA or FSA? Three Tips To Know The Difference

If you aren’t sure if you have a health savings account (HSA) or a flexible spending account (FSA), you’re not alone. HSAs and FSAs are…

Author: Ginny Latham

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…

Author: Ginny Latham

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…

Author: Pat Jarrett

Three Reasons Millennials Should Care About HSAs

Let’s face it – there are a lot of things competing for your cash these days. Student loans, a house down payment, building that emergency…

Author: Ginny Latham

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…

Author: Ginny Latham

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…

Author: Pat Jarrett

High Deductible Health Plans and HSAs: Motivating Participants To Think Like Consumers

Health savings accounts (HSAs) continue to grow in popularity. For many employers and employees, it’s not a question of if they should have an HSA…

Author: Pat Jarrett

HealthSavings Administrators Launches InvestorSELECT HSA, Featuring First-Dollar Investing in Nearly 400 Available Funds

HealthSavings Administrators proudly announces the launch of its most flexible and robust HSA product—InvestorSELECT HSA. The InvestorSELECT HSA offers first-dollar investing in nearly 400 available…

Author: Ginny Latham

IRS Form 5498s Now Available

The IRS Form 5498 is used to report contributions made to a health savings account (HSA) for a specific tax year. Form 5498s for the…

Author: Ginny Latham

New 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…

Author: Ginny Latham