The IRS has announced the 2019 HSA contribution level maximum will be $3,500 for individual coverage, and $7,000 for family coverage. The new limits increase the pre-tax amounts individuals and families may contribute to their HSA over 2018 limits by $50 and $100, respectively.
The financial savings for patients, companies, and taxpayers associated with health care services provided by nurse practitioners add up quickly. Learn why overlooking NPs could be a costly mistake for those trying to save the bottom line and empower consumers to make cost-conscious decisions.
Learn key tactics for improving your employee benefits communications, boosting employee enrollment, and increasing enrollment in HSAs and FSAs.
Can I buy sunglasses with my FSA? Is sunscreen eligible? Check out our infographic for an overview of summer's FSA-eligible expenses.
Can I buy sunglasses with my FSA? Is sunscreen eligible? Check out our list of items covered by an FSA to help you make the most of summer and your account.
Want to improve your organizations' consumer-driven health care? Learn the key factors employees say influence their decisions to utilize HSA benefits.
Open enrollment can be a stressful time for both employees and the company stakeholders responsible for purchasing, implementing, and/or administering employee benefits. For employees, we’re trying to absorb all the information available to us – and once again wishing that we could just predict the [...]
The significant tax benefits HSAs offer require certain IRS reporting. In this post, we outline the HSA-related tax documents, forms, and other tax issues you should know.
This week in our health care legislative news round-up: DOL Fiduciary Rule Inches Closer to a Delay, Rep. Tom Price Officially Secretary of Health and Human Services, and much more
There's a lot to love about health savings accounts. In this post we look at seven HSA benefits driving growing adoption among workers and ultimately behind all the warm, fuzzy feelings.