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Employer-sponsored Health Savings Account (HSA)

WHAT CAN AN HSA DO FOR YOU?

Achieve financial well-being

HSAs can be a key savings strategy for your future — especially for your health care expenses in retirement. You can put money in your HSA tax-free with investment options to grow your balance. It’s a simple way to set yourself up for a healthy financial future.

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MAXIMIZE YOUR SAVINGS POTENTIAL
You simply contribute, save and invest

Think about this. HSAs generally have NO taxes on eligible contributions, qualified withdrawals or interest earned. So, saving money is possible.

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ALL ABOUT HSAs
Plan, save, and pay

Manage your health care costs

Put tax-free money into an HSA to help pay for current and future health care expenses. If you don’t use all the money, that’s OK. It rolls over, year after year. And if you change employers or health plans, the HSA goes with you.

Build retirement savings for a healthy future

With an HSA, you can set aside money to help cover your health care expenses in the future, even into retirement. It’s like a 401(k) for health care, with options to invest and grow your balance. And it gets even better — your contributions, earnings and withdrawals are all tax-free.

Enjoy easy access to your money

Your employer may offer the PayFlex Card® with your HSA. If so, you can use the card to pay for eligible expenses at qualified merchants. Don’t have the card? No problem. Just pay for those expenses out of pocket. Then pay yourself back with your HSA through the PayFlex Mobile® app or website. You can even request payment directly to a provider.

FIND THE RIGHT HSA FOR YOU
We offer two HSAs

 

Employer-sponsored HSA

This HSA must be offered by your employer. To enroll, contact your employer or benefits department.

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Individual HSA 

You can open an Individual HSA on your own, even if your employer doesn’t offer an HSA plan. Families who already have an HSA could open an Individual HSA for a spouse or adult child (up to age 26).

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COMMON ELIGIBLE HEALTH CARE EXPENSES
Tax-free spending on eligible health care expenses

Check out the list of common eligible health care expenses. Use the search bar to find specific items and services. Or you can click on the column headers in the table to see which are eligible, eligible with a Letter of Medical Necessity (LOMN), or not eligible. 

 
 
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UNDERSTAND YOUR OPTIONS
Let's take the mystery out of pretax accounts

Not sure which account is right for you? Compare accounts and find the solution that fits you best. Be sure to check your plan to see which accounts are offered.

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