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Concierge Medicine and your HSA

Concierge medicine is becoming more popular nowadays with more people than ever choosing this type of provider over more traditional physicians. If you have a health savings account (HSA) plan, having Concierge medicine knowledge can help you cut down your healthcare costs. What is Concierge Medicine? Concierge medicine refers to the relationship between a primary […]

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HSA-Qualified Expenses: A Refresher Course

Hopefully, you’ve been enjoying good health for several years now, and your family members have as well. If you’ve enrolled in a high-deductible health insurance plan that’s HSA-qualified, I hope you’ve been taking advantage of the tremendous tax benefits afforded by these plans and socking away the maximum amount allowable – $3,350 for an individual […]

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HANDS OFF! Three Reasons to Leave Your HSA Funds Alone Until Retirement

HSAs (Health Savings Accounts) coupled with High-Deductible Health Plans (HDHPs) – just alphabet soup, or a winning combination for ensuring your financial security? Definitely, the latter! More and more Americans are signing up for HSAs, and the reasons for this are varied. First, HSAs are (by definition) tied to HDHPs, which have lower premiums than […]

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Doubling Down – Premiums Get Higher for Obamacare Plans in 2016

If you are currently have an income that’s over 400% of the federal poverty level, expect big changes in your health insurance in 2016. While low net premiums have made coverage more affordable for those who receive government subsidies, those who pay full price for their coverage are facing higher premiums than ever. Premiums have […]

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