HSA After Age 65

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 Accounts: What Are They?

Health Savings Account-often referred to as HSA's are a tax-favored way to fund current and future Qualified Medical, Dental & Vision Expenses!

2013 HSA Limits

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.

Debt Reduction

For those who are trying to get out of debt, the road to financial fitness is just beginning. Reaching your goal may not be easy, but it can be done!

Your Credit Score Can Cost You

Your credit score is more than just a number. It is a number that you cannot shake—it follows you everywhere, but fortunately it's one that you can improve!

Financial Documentation - Should it Stay or Should it Go?

As summer is coming to a close and we are getting ready for the fall, it is a great time of year to think about financial cleaning. Do you know what documents to keep and what you can shred?

Get Organized: Complete a Financial Inventory

It's nice to end the year on the right foot, and in order to do so you'll want to revisit your financial big picture by assessing your assets, debts, and investments

A Step (or 10) in the Right Direction

A Step in the Right Direction – 10 Steps to Improve Your Financial Health

Top Four 401(k) Mistakes

Years from now, don’t find yourself wondering what happened to the money you invested in your 401(k). Learn from these common mistakes that many make with their 401(k).

Fraudulent Text Alerts

Many people, including Union Bank & Trust customers, are receiving fraudulent text messages requesting sensitive account information. Here's what you should know.

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