Health Savings Account (HSA)
Health Savings Accounts – or HSAs – are like a personal savings account designed specifically for health care expenses. Participants own and control the money in the account, and contributions may be made up to your maximum contribution limit.
When a qualified medical payment is due, you can pay for it with the funds in your HSA account using a HSA Debit Card or write a check from your account
Health Savings Account Rates
|Account||Minimum to Open||Interest Rate||APY**||Minimum to Earn APY**|
|Health Savings Account*||$0||0.05||0.05||$0|
|Health Savings Account*||$0||0.05||0.05||$2,500|
These interest rates are subject to change without advance notice.
APY assumes interest is added to account.
Term Certificates of Deposit and IRA’s may be subject to early withdrawal penalty.
**APY=Annual Percentage Yield.
*Rates could change after account is opened.
- You must be enrolled in an HSA-qualified High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP)
- You cannot be enrolled in Medicare
- You cannot be enrolled in another health insurance that is not HDHP
- You cannot be claimed as a dependent on another person's tax return
Annual Contribution Limits
Total contributions made by or on behalf of an HSA owner cannot exceed the annual contribution limit for the given year.
|Year||Coverage||Regular Limit||Catch Up Limit|
Prior year contributions may be made until you file your federal income tax return, not including extensions. For most people, this date is April 15th.*
*Consult a tax advisor.
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