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If you debit your HSA and end up having to return all or part of the original purchase, the amount that is credited back into your account is considered a contribution. What should you do?
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What should you do with your HSA after age 65? If you remain enrolled in the Qualified High Deductible Health Plan, you continue to use the HSA exactly as you did in the past.
Health Savings Account-often referred to as HSA's are a tax-favored way to fund current and future Qualified Medical, Dental & Vision Expenses!
The limits to Health Savings Accounts increased slightly over 2012, bringing with them another opportunity for HSA owners to save for current and future medical expenses.
When combined with a qualified, high deductible health plan, HSAs can help you control medical expenses and save on taxes. It's easy and works just like a checking account.