An HSA is like no other savings account. The money goes in on a pre-taxed basis through payroll contributions, grows income tax-free and comes out income tax-free when you use it for qualified medical expenses. Plus, you can carry over unused available funds from year to year and the account is yours to keep even if you change jobs, change health plans or retire.
Using your health account dollars
News and regulatory updates
Browse our resources below for the latest regulation and legislative changes that may impact your health accounts.
IRS 2022 HSA contribution limits
Each year, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) sets contribution limits for health savings accounts (HSAs). This year, contribution limits have increased by $50 for individuals and $100 for families.
Amounts paid for certain PPE treated as qualified medical expenses
PPE such as masks, hand sanitizer and sanitizing wipes purchased for preventing the spread of COVID-19 are now treated as qualified medical expenses.
Health Finance Ed Center
Introducing the new Health Finance Ed Center. Click the links below to find educational tools and resources designed to help you make the most of your health accounts.
Have you contributed the max to your HSA?
Learn how to make a contribution to your HSA today so it is there for you when you need it — now or in the future — to pay for qualified medical expenses.
*Your FSA plan may exclude reimbursement for certain categories of items. Check your plan for specific coverage details.
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