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How to Invest an HSA: Make the Most of Your Money
By: Leslie Harding
HSAs are a great way to save money for healthcare expenses and retirement because of their triple tax advantaged status. And there’s one more way to potentially grow your money — investing your HSA. In this post we’ll dive into reasons you may want to invest, reasons it may not be for you, and things to keep in mind when investing your HSA.
2021 Small Employer Start Guide
Small business owners are always looking for ways to maximize benefits while minimizing cost for both themselves and their employees. What you might not know is that your company legal structure, and ownership stake, might impact your HSA contributions.
Common Health Care Expenses: The Cost of Pink Eye
By: Kate Dore
Pink eye can be an uncomfortable problem to deal with, especially when the infection spreads to both eyes. Fortunately, pink eye is common and it may be easy to treat the symptoms. Here are some of the basics to know—including how much it costs to treat and how to save money on these expenses.
Tips for Investing Your HSA
By: Carla Fried
If you’re interested in using your HSA to fund future health care costs, investing your money in stocks and bonds will likely produce bigger returns for you decades from now. Sure, with stocks there will definitely be periods when your account value will decline. But if you don’t intend to use the money for at least 10 years, investing it in stocks and bonds will likely produce higher returns than keeping it in a low-yielding cash bank account or money market mutual fund.
Using your FSA or HSA for At Home Wellness
By: Lauren Hargrave
The U.S. health system typically treats sickness, with the responsibility of maintaining wellness resting on the individual. While your health insurance isn’t likely to pay for that yoga retreat, you can use your FSA and HSA to pay for other wellness products like acupressure pads, allergy medication, and other items that will help keep you out of the doctor’s office.
Common Health Care Expenses: The Cost of Braces
By: Carla Fried
Dental braces are a bit like a home renovation project, but for your teeth. For some, it addresses a structural issue, such as misaligned jaws or teeth. For others, it’s a cosmetic touch-up to make your smile shine even brighter. And it’s not just for teenagers, according to the American Association of Orthodontists, one in three clients these days is over the age of 18.