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How Your Embedded Deductible Can Ruin Your HSA Eligibility

How Your Embedded Deductible Can Ruin Your HSA Eligibility High deductible health plan (HDHP) coverage for families can have either aggregate or embedded deductibles (see… Read More »

Why Millennials Should Care About HSAs (From A Millennial)

Let’s face it, there are a lot of things competing for our cash these days. Student loans, building up our emergency funds, or, dare I… Read More »

4 Points Every Financial Advisor Offering HSAs Should Know

Pat Jarrett, HealthSavings’ Co-founder and Executive Chairman, recently had the pleasure of co-hosting a webinar for financial advisors titled “How to Use Health Savings Accounts… Read More »

Author: James Denison

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 »

How To Understand Your 5498-SA Form

How To Understand Your 5498-SA Form Each year, HSA providers are required to send a copy of Form 5498-SA to all HSA account holders (unless… Read More »

Making Sense of the HSA Testing Period

Making Sense of the HSA Testing Period The testing period is a 13-month period where you must keep HSA eligibility or face a tax penalty.… Read More »

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

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

8 Ways HSAs Benefit Both Employers & Employees

8 Ways HSAs Benefit Both Employers & Employees A high deductible health plan (HDHP) paired with an HSA can help organizations cut costs while also… 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 »

IRS Announces 2019 Contribution & HDHP Deductible Limits

The Internal Revenue Service has announced the 2019 HSA contribution limits.   2019 HSA Contribution Limits Single: $3,500 (up from $3,450 in 2018) Family: $7,000… Read More »

Author: James Denison

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