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Quick question-HSA accounts

January 4th, 2016 at 04:59 pm

Hi guys

I currently have my HSA with

they charge $45 a year and .625 basis points per quarter

Does anyone know of a better deal? I hate to pay that high of fees

they also allow investments in Vanguard funds for free which is why I use them.



4 Responses to “Quick question-HSA accounts”

  1. Jenn Says:

    Ouch! Mine is through my employer and it charges only $2/month
    but perhaps some costs are subsidized - I don't know.

    It's Aetna and I also have a selection of Vanguard investments available.

  2. LuckyRobin Says:

    We have ours through our credit union. They don't charge anything.

  3. Dido Says:

    Health Savings Administrators (which is the owner of your URL) is the primary Vanguard source. If you want to invest in Vanguard funds in your HSA, is the primary vendor. Wells Fargo also has an option that allows you to invest once your balance is over 2K. I don't know the fees but I doubt they are less. Also, if you invest in a plan that is not one your employer is currently set up with, you'll have to jump through some hoops to get that arranged. Do you do your HSA contribution pre-tax or post-tax or both?

  4. Rachael777 Says:

    I work on contract so do not have access to an employer HSA. I contribute POST tax and am looking to get an offset on my taxes for that (if possible). thanks for your info! Smile

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