The rapid expansion of HSAs has been driven by rising healthcare costs leading to a popularity of HSA-eligible healthcare plans.
Employers continue to promote HSA-eligible health plans, like high deductible health plans (HDHPs), to drive lower costs while offering competitive healthcare benefits solutions.
Not surprising, the average employer cost of HSA-eligible health plans is 13% lower than traditional health plans like PPOs.
With this trend, are we headed toward universal HSA adoption, similar to that of 401(k)? We might not be there yet, but the trend seems to indicate that it’s possible.
Healthcare costs (and premiums) continue to rise, faster than inflation, leaving many Americans looking for new healthcare options to keep costs down.
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