Investing in health savings accounts: Not ready for prime time

Will health savings accounts be the new 401(k)? Boosters of health savings accounts (HSAs) in the financial services industry and in the U.S. Congress think so. They argue that the tax advantages of health savings accounts (HSAs) make them a superior option for saving – especially to cover the rising cost of healthcare in retirement. […]

How Health Savings Accounts complicate life for Medicare enrollees

Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) are surging in popularity – and that can lead to some complications for older workers who enroll in Medicare. HSAs are offered to workers enrolled in high-deductible health insurance plans. The accounts are used primarily to meet deductible costs; employers often contribute and workers can make pretax contributions up to $3,350 […]