16 thoughts on “Health Savings Account – The Truth About HSAs”

  1. Great article. I’m in the process of writing my paperwork for my practice and will be accepting HSA and FSA as a form of payment. I have a high deductible plan so I’m gonna see if I can add an HSA. I like the idea of tax free money. I just always thought they were use it or lose it.

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  3. This was a great article! Very educational. I actually had an HSA that was funded by a previous employer but I ended up cashing it out.

    I’ll definitely consider opening another HSA now that I know more about them.

    1. Oliver, I’m so glad you enjoyed it! The medical choices and tax implications can be very confusing. By disecting them one by one, we can choose the best options for our situation.

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