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Tips to Reduce Your Healthcare Spending

Paying for healthcare often feels like you are treading water. If your company passes the costs along to you, it can be even more difficult to afford. You may be paying higher monthly premiums or you may be stuck with a high-deductible health insurance plan. With a high-deductible plan, it can be difficult to predict...

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Why Employer Healthcare Benefits Should Include HSAs

Jane has a tough decision to make. She interviewed for two positions and was offered both jobs. She’s excited about both companies. Being a savvy consumer, she’s looking at the overall benefits packages. She knows it’s about more than just the salary these days. Each company is offering a health insurance plan, commuter benefits, a...

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HRAs and HSAs Can Be a Match Made in Heaven

HRAs and HSAs are both great benefits that employers can offer their employees to help them pay for their health insurance and medical care costs. They can be used together as long as you follow the regulations set by the IRS.   How HSAs and HRAs are Similar Contributions are tax-deductible and funds are tax-free to use...

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Is 23andMe Eligible for FSA/HSA Reimbursement?

Within the last few years, genetic DNA testing kits have been a hit among American consumers. Whether it’s finding out where your ancestors came from or checking to see if you’re genetically predisposed to a certain condition, millions of Americans have shelled out a good chunk of cash to have their DNA analyzed. According to...

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How to Use HSAs For Summer Expenses

Summer is here, and it’s time for some fun in the sun! While having tons of summer adventures, you may have forgotten all about your HSA. Did you know you can use your HSA to pay for several summer essentials? The IRS defines medical expenses as,“ the costs of diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention...

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Can I Open an HSA for my Child?

A Health Savings Account (HSA) is a great way to help fund your healthcare costs today and save for the future. If you’re covered under a qualifying high-deductible health plan (HDHP), you can make tax-free contributions to an HSA.  You can use the contributions you make for IRS approved healthcare items and services, tax-free! Also,...