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What is an HSA?
Is an HSA plan the right choice for me?
Qualified Medical Expenses
HSACenter - All about Health Savings Accounts
Health Savings Accounts and Special Enrollment
Get the most out of HSAs this tax season
HSA may be the Best Health Care Reform Plan For You
HSA Saving For Retirement And Healthcare
What's an HSA?
How an HSA Works
The HSA Advantage
HSA - Control and Flexibility
HSAs and Income Tax Savings
How does an HSA work?
HSA Tax Savings Calculator
HSA Future Value Calculator
HSA Plan Comparison Calculator
2021 HSA Contribution Limits
2020 HSA Contribution Limits
2019 HSA Contribution Limits
2018 HSA Contribution Limits
2017 HSA Contribution Limits
2016 HSA Contribution Limits
2015 HSA Contribution Limits
Health Care Reform and HSAs
Frequently Asked Questions
Looking for a Health Plan AND a Tax Break?
Tips To Maximize Your HSA Infographic
People Like Me - HSA Case Studies
The Johnson Family - Buying Health Insurance for the First Time
The Moore Family - Empty-Nesters with an HSA Plan
The Sanchez Family - Parent and Child Only with an HSA Plan
The Wiggins Family - Young, Self-Employed Family with an HSA Plan
Retirement Health Care Savings Comparison Infographic
High Deductible Health Plan:
Can cost less than other health plans.
Provides quality health insurance.
One calendar-year deductible per family.
Can pay 100% of covered expenses after deductible is met.
Used to meet your deductible.
Tax deductible off of gross income.
NEVER taxed when used for qualified medical expenses.
Roll over year after year — no “use it or lose it”.
Portable, goes with you wherever you go.
HSA Savings can also be used for:
Health insurance premiums when you’re between jobs.
Qualified long-term care premiums.
Medicare premiums and out-of-pocket expenses
Living expenses after age 65 (pay ordinary income taxes).