THE SIMPLE GUIDE TO

Spending and
withdrawing from
your HSA

The higher the deductible, the lower the premium. And that high-deductible health plan (HDHP) is also attractive because you can now get a health savings account (HSA) to further offset your medical costs.
Finding out these details and painstakingly checking the right boxes when signing up for an HSA during open enrollment is like cracking the code of a high-security (and high-deductible) door. But once you get past the door, you might be asking, “Well, what now? How does it even work? Where’s my promised treasure of a boost to my retirement plans?” Well, you’re not quite done yet.
CONTINUE TO THE GUIDE

In this guide, we’re going over the most important
part of an HSA: how to properly use the money.

Because after opening that door there’s a hidden pathway filled with secret pitfalls (also known as tax penalties), giant boulders (also known as what counts as a “qualified medical expense”) and forks in the road (also known as planning for unexpected health costs). But with some info from this Simple Guide, you’ll be well on your way to Indiana Jones-ing your way to a better future.
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