About Optum Bank

Optum Bank, Member FDIC, with more than $7 billion in assets, is dedicated to providing products and services that help make the health care system work better for everyone.

How can we help you?

We bring financial services expertise to every point in the health care system. We help individuals become smarter health care consumers. And we help employers provide affordable, effective health and wellness benefits through tax-advantaged accounts.

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Products and services

Health savings accounts – Individuals use Optum Bank health savings accounts (HSAs) to plan, save, and pay for health care with tax-advantaged funds. Optum Bank has more than 3 million HSAs.

HSA investment services* – Once the balance in an HSA reaches a certain designated balance, individuals have the option of investing a portion of their savings in mutual funds.  

Flexible spending accountsFlexible spending accounts (FSAs) offer employees a way to budget and pay for qualified medical and dependent care expenses, while reducing an employer’s payroll tax burden.

Health reimbursement accountsHealth reimbursement accounts (HRAs) are a way for employers to help offset their employees’ health care costs and gain tax advantages.


Optum Bank started operating on July 21, 2003, in Salt Lake City, Utah, as a Utah state-chartered industrial loan corporation. Originally named Exante Bank, it changed its name to OptumHealth Bank in 2008 and to Optum Bank in 2012.

Optum Bank is part of the financial services unit of Optum a health and wellness company serving more than 115 million people. Optum is part of the UnitedHealth Group (NYSE:UNH) family of companies.

Community reinvestment

Optum Bank employees contribute hundreds of community service hours annually. They teach financial literacy to low- and moderate-income students, serve on boards of non-profit agencies, and enthusiastically support various health care causes.

In addition, Optum Bank has invested more than $46 million in support of low- and moderate-income housing development and other community needs.

The bank meets or exceeds all of its requirements under the federal Community Reinvestment Act.
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So is saving the money needed to pay for qualified medical expenses. Learn more about this journey and how you can help employees through each stage.
 Explore the 5 Stages of Health Saving & Spending


Need help managing or using your account? Our customer support center includes answers to common questions and contact options for our customer support team.
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Investments are not FDIC-insured, are not guaranteed by Optum Bank and may lose value.