HSA Blog

How to Retire Better: What You Can Do Right Now

With medical costs skyrocketing, it is essential to save money for the rainy days as early as now. When things are going well for us, we shouldn’t just give ourselves high fives and sit back and relax.  We should be planning for the times when things will go wrong and we are feeling stressed. Not […]

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Is Obama Trying to Kill HSAs?

Nearly 6 years after the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (AKA the “unAffordable Care Act,” AKA “the ACA”, AKA “Obamacare”), it appears that this administration is trying to get HSA-qualified plans off the state health insurance exchanges. New regulations published on March 8, whether intentionally or not, will effectively kill HSAs (Health Savings Accounts) on the […]

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What Is an HSA-Qualified Expense?

As I gather together all of my records for 2014 preparing for tax time, one document that continues to peek my interest is my list of health savings account (HSA)-qualified expenses. Why is this document so valuable? Because it shows a precise record of where my HSA dollars were spent and verifies that the expenses […]

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Do You Know How to Keep Track of Your HSA Qualified Expenses?

Now that you’ve put away the task of filing taxes for 2013, you’d probably like a simpler way to keep records of your HSA disbursements for your personal files. But keeping track of your expenses and itemizing descriptions of eligible health care services can be time-consuming and confusing. While your HSA administrator or trustee provides […]

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