Tag Archives: employee health savings

How can you help your employees do more with their HSAs?

In previous blog posts I’ve introduced you to our proprietary 5 Stages of Health Saving and Spending model that identifies where employees are in their journeys with HSAs. Depending on an employee’s level of engagement, they may be getting started with a health savings account (HSA) in the “Decide” stage, or they may be very […]
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Five things every employer should know about HRAs and HSAs

You may or may not be familiar with health savings accounts (HSAs) and health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs). And although they sound similar and both allow for tax-free reimbursement of qualified medical expenses, they are very different when you look at them closely. Here are the differences between and HSA and HRA. Does the account need […]
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Tell your employees: it’s not too late to maximize the HSA contribution

As 2014 draws to a close, it’s a good time to remind employees to maximize their health savings account (HSA) contribution to leverage the account’s tax benefit. Under-contributing to an HSA is a common health benefits mistake employees make and one that can be avoided. The IRS sets the guidelines for how much employees can contribute […]
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