HSAs and Their Tricky Rules
Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) inhabit an interesting place in the employee benefit world: they often exist because of health coverage offered by an employer and employers can contribute to them, but they are ultimately owned by the individual and are not group sponsored health plans. The HSA’s unique features result in unusual rules not found in other areas of employee benefits.
To help sort out a few of the quirks associated with HSAs, Brown & Brown would like to invite you to an HSA overview webinar.
Questions covered include:
- Who is eligible to contribute to an HSA?
- What is permissible coverage?
- What is impermissible other coverage? – FSAs and HRAs in particular
- How much can be contributed and when?
- What are permissible expenses for distribution?
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