Health Savings News

No matter where you are on your health savings journey, you'll find important information and tips for making the most of your HSA in Health Savings News, our newsletter for account holders.

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OPEN: Tips for Getting Started with Your HSA

USE: Basic Tips for Using Your HSA

MANAGE: Advanced Tips for Managing Your HSA

INVEST: Tips for Investing with Your HSA

OPEN: Tips for Getting Started with Your HSA

New to your HSA? Follow this checklist. (July 2015) New!
Vacation season: What to do about lost or stolen debit cards. (May 2015)
Optumbank.com's mobile experience is now on your smart phone or tablet. (March 2015)
Find out what qualifies as a medical expense. (January 2015)
Learn how HSAs can help you save tax-free for the future. (November 2014)
Open enrollment? See the benefits of having an HSA. (September 2014)

USE: Basic Tips for Using Your HSA

Give your HSA a mid-year checkup. (July 2015) New!
Give your family members a debit card for qualified medical expenses. (July 2015) New!
Store your receipts online with receipt vault. (May 2015)
Are you 55 or older? Make a catch-up contribution. (May 2015)
Skip the checks! Pay online. (March 2015)
Need a 1099-SA Tax Form? (January 2015)
Financial Forums: Learn more in less than an hour. (November 2014)

MANAGE: Advanced Tips for Managing Your HSA

Mutual funds: Want to give your HSA an extra boost? (July 2015) New!
Keep track of your yearly contributions with our HSA Contribution Tracker. (March 2015)
How to use your HSA as a retirement savings account. (January 2015)
Make a plan to save in 2015 with our checklist. (January 2015)
Find out what you need for an IRS audit. (September 2014)

INVEST: Tips for Investing with Your HSA

Invest and get more from your HSA. (July 2015) New!
Reimbursement options that work for you. (July 2015) New!


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