This article outlines the Health Savings Account (HSA) for 2015 including contribution limits, minimum deductibles, and out-of-pocket maximum rules. >> Read more.
The Affordable Care Act (known as ACA, ObamaCare, or health reform) was signed into law in 2010 and impacts many areas of health care and health insurance, including medical reimbursement programs such as HRAs, HSAs, and FSAs. >> Read more.
Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) are financial accounts established by an individual or family to pay for qualified medical expenses. This article outlines ten frequently asked questions (FAQs). >> Read more.
Which is better: A Healthcare Reimbursement Plan (HRP) or a Health Savings Account (HSA)? The answer depends on what you are trying to accomplish and whether you are an employer or an employee. For most employers HRPs are superior to HSAs. >> Read more.
Two popular forms of ABHPs are health savings accounts (HSAs) and health flexible spending accounts (FSAs). This article compares these two types of ABHPs. >> Read more.
Account-based health plans are increasing in popularity, especially in light of the changes due to the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The following article provides a brief overview of the four main types of medical spending accounts used with ABHPs. >> Read more.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has impacted many areas of healthcare and health insurance. As such, the rules for account-based health plans, including health savings accounts (HSAs) have changed. This article discusses how healthcare reform and the ACA have impacted HSAs. >> Read more.