HSA Blog

Only 4 States Have Mandate to Purchase Health Insurance in 2019

In an effort to keep insurance premiums affordable for Americans, the Affordable Care Act made enrolling in an approved health insurance plan mandatory for everyone. Failing to enroll meant fines that averaged $625 a year as of 2018, and some people have had to pay thousands of dollars. But Congress enacted the new tax law, […]

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Why Savvy Shoppers are Choosing Health Care Sharing Ministries

Let’s take a few minutes to discuss what you want and need out of your health care coverage. Affordability is probably at the top of the list, especially if you’ve been struggling with Obamacare and its high premiums. A close second is probably quality of coverage. Thrown into the mix could be autonomy and choices, […]

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Health Care Sharing Ministries: An Affordable Alternative to Traditional Insurance

You’re tired of settling for what traditional insurance has to offer. Premiums and deductibles are outrageously high, and the coverage you’re getting isn’t something to cheer about. That makes for a bad combination. Our advice to you? Stop settling. Considering switching to a health care sharing ministry plan instead. What is a health care sharing […]

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A Solution to Unrealistic and Unaffordable Healthcare Costs

Healthcare costs are breaking the bank. Perhaps you’re running behind on payments. You’re probably wondering how you’re going to afford next month’s costs. Bottom line: you need help. You’re not alone, unfortunately. Many Americans are in your shoes. We know, and we get it. We also know there’s an alternative that could be your lifejacket […]

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House Bills to Expand HSAs

In what many advisers call an overdue victory for America’s working class, the House Ways and Means Committee passed 11 bills to House in July that accomplish a myriad of goals. Aimed at providing Americans with an assortment of affordable health care options, each bill focuses on streamlining and increasing access to consumer-directed plans tied […]

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