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Health Savings Account FAQs


What is an HSA?
What are the limits for a 2013 and 2014 health plan?
How does an HSA plan work?
Who can have an HSA?
What are the tax deductible contribution limits?
Are there HSA management fees?
Do HSA plans work with physician and provider networks?
Can my HSA be used for dependents not covered by the health insurance?
What about nonmedical withdrawals?
Can my HSA be used to pay premiums?
What are the tax benefits?
What is a qualified medical expense?
Are lump-sum deposits permitted?
Are there adjustments for inflation?
Can I have an HSA and an IRA?
Must distributions begin at age 70 1/2?
What happens to my HSA when I die?
When can I start to use the funds in my HSA?
What expenses are qualified for reimbursement from my HSA?
What about “catch up” contributions for those 55 and older?
Is it true that individuals 65 or older can take out funds from their HSA plan for any reason without a penalty?
How does the new health care reform law affect an HSA?
How does the new health care reform law affect non-medical withdrawals?