Health Savings News

Find important information and tips for making the most of your health care dollars in current and past issues of Health Savings News, our newsletter for account holders.

Current Newsletter

Coming this summer: Optum Bank Health Savings Account Receipt Vault. Learn how this new online tool from Optum Bank will help you save images of receipts for your qualified medical expenses. Also, find out how to make a catch-up contribution to your HSA if you're 55 or older, and what to do if your debit card gets lost or stolen while on vacation. Read the May 2015 issue of Health Savings News now.

Past Newsletters

March 2015

  • Learn how to access our HSA contribution tracker and how it can help you maximize your contributions.
  • Find out how to access on your mobile device and how to pay for qualified medical expenses online.

January 2015

  • Find out how an HSA can help you save for health care expenses after you retire.
  • Learn more about qualified medical expenses.

November - December 2014

  • Learn how an HSA can help you save for the future, tax-free.
  • Find out how much you can contribute in 2015.
  • Sign up for a free webinar.

September 2014

  • Review benefits of having an HSA and get tips for using it during open enrollment.
  • Plus, find out what you need for an IRS audit.

July - August 2014

  • Giving your HSA a mid-year checkup helps you make sure you're saving enough to pay for qualified medical expenses now and in the future.


Health savings accounts (HSAs) are individual accounts offered by Optum BankSM, Member FDIC, and are subject to eligibility and restrictions, including but not limited to restrictions on distributions for qualified medical expenses set forth in section 213(d) of the Internal Revenue Code. State taxes may apply. This communication is not intended as legal or tax advice. Please contact a competent legal or tax professional for personal advice on eligibility, tax treatment, and restrictions. Federal and state laws and regulations are subject to change.