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A Health Savings Account (HSA) is a type of personal savings account you can offer to employees covered by qualified high-deductible health insurance plans to help them save money on qualified health expenses throughout life—including retirement.
An HSA helps employees cover their out-of-pocket medical expenses like doctor visits, vision and dental care and prescriptions.
Good for you and your employees
An HSA gives your employees a smart way to save on their out-of-pocket health care expenses.
The money in an HSA belongs to the employee even if they leave your company, so employees can use the money in their account to pay for qualified health expenses throughout their life—including retirement.
Any unused balance in an employee’s HSA carries over from one year to the next.
Your employees can select from a range of mutual funds with no additional account or transaction fees.
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For companies with more than 3,500 employees, we offer a full suite of health account solutions that provide employers and employees an easy way to save on health care:
A health savings account (HSA) is a tax-advantaged account that those with high deductible health plans can use to save and pay for out-of-pocket health care expenses like doctor visits, dental and vision care, and prescriptions. While employers can offer HSAs to their employees, the accounts are owned by the employees. Both employees and employers can contribute to an HSA.
A flexible spending account (FSA) allows employees to set aside money on a pretax basis to pay for qualified medical expenses incurred during the year. FSAs can be used with any type of health plan and are offered through and owned by the employer.
A health reimbursement arrangement (HRA) is a health benefit account funded solely by employers to help employees pay for medical expenses not covered by their health plans. HRAs can be used with any type of health plan and are offered through and owned by the employer. The money left in an HRA at the end of the year can roll over to the next year.