The tax advantages of an HSATax-deductible. Qualified contributions to the HSA are 100% tax-deductible.
Tax-free. Qualified medical expense withdrawals are tax-free. Dollars can be used to pay for items not usually covered by health insurance, such as eyeglasses, dental care, and much more, as specified by IRS Code 213(d).
Tax-deferred. Accumulated interest earnings are tax-deferred. Savings not used accumulate year after year and may be used to fund retirement needs at age 65.
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