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How to Use Your HSA as a Retirement Account
By: Kate Dore
As your career takes off, you may be eager to save more money for retirement. Luckily, there are plenty of savings options to choose from. You may begin with your company's 401(k) and employer match. If you're looking to save more, you may also open an IRA. These are savvy moves, but there's another account to consider, too—a health savings account. Here are some things to know about this lesser-known, tax-friendly account.
Are My HSA Funds Safe in an Investment Account?
By: Carla Fried
If you have a Health Savings Account (HSA) you are in charge of deciding where to store your money. You can keep the money in a bank savings account or you can choose to put your HSA money in an investment account.
The main difference between the two types of accounts comes down to risk. Bank savings accounts are safer than the money you keep in an investment account.
100% Tax-Free Retirement Income
Saving for retirement is hard enough. Having those hard-earned funds taxed in retirement can feel emotionally frustrating and financially exhausting. No matter how much money you have saved for retirement, the further that money can go, the better. Here is how to use two retirement tax vehicles to save the most money today, and have 100%…
The HSA Mindset
I have good news and bad news. Let’s start with the good news. HSAs account for over 21M individual account holders today and are growing incredibly fast. This includes over $43 billion in assets of which $6.8 billion is invested. This is very similar, no better, than the trajectory the 401k market saw in the…
How to Invest Your HSA
By: Aaron Benway
You may not realize your Health Savings Account (“HSA”) is also a tool for long-term savings. With access to traditional wealth-building assets like stocks and bonds, mutual funds and ETFs, your HSA can also be part of your retirement strategy and overall wealth portfolio.