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“… the HSA Expansion act protects existing tax provisions that enable people to pay for and access their healthcare in the way that they prefer, prevents the removal of HSA-eligible plans from Obamacare exchanges, streamlines health care financing, and expands choices for personalized medicine including direct primary care.”

‘Health Savings Accounts Should Be Expanded and Protected.’ By Alexander Hendrie on Thursday, May 26th, 2016, 1:37 PM Health savings accounts, or HSAs are tax-advantaged accounts which are used to pay for routine, out-of-pocket medical expenses.  They are used in conjunction with insurance plans which tend to cover […]

HSA Consulting Services Expands Its Capabilities and Expertise with the Addition of “Mr. HSA” Roy Ramthun and Paul Verberne

February 01, 2016 11:20 AM Eastern Standard Time HOUSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–HSA Consulting Services, the nation’s premier consumer-directed health care consulting firm, is pleased to announce that Mr. Roy Ramthun, the firm’s founder, has rejoined the firm as its President. Paul Verberne, also an HSA industry pioneer, will also join […]

“A new scenario” for HSAs and HRAs

By Susan Kreimer, Medical Economics ‘A new scenario’ February 04, 2015 – In many cases, high-deductible health plans are paired with tax-free individual health savings accounts (HSAs) or employer-sponsored health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs). When a high-deductible plan accompanies one of these options or some other type of tax-free […]