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Zilla
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re: HSA account - where to open?



I've never heard of that...usually your health plan provider has a dedicated bank setup ....let me know if you find out otherwise...that would be good to know






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bovine1
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Walnut Ridge,AR via Tallulah,LA
Member since Dec 2004
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re: HSA account - where to open?


HSA Bank. You have a savings account with them to clear your transactions. The rest you can set up with a TDAmeritrade account linked to them. They also give you a debit card to use for your transactions. I've been with them for years and no probs..





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tigeryat
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re: HSA account - where to open?


ditto HSA Bank

You can also link your personal bank accounts to transfer money to and from.






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Layabout
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re: HSA account - where to open?


A little bit off topic, but does anyone know of a way to open an HSA after the fact? I had a lot of unexpected medical expenses this year that I've already paid with after-tax money. Is it too late to set this up?





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foshizzle
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Washington DC metro
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re: HSA account - where to open?


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Is it too late to set this up?


I'm not 100% certain but my guess is that it is too late, because you can't withdraw penalty-free unless it is for a "qualified" expense. Paying yourself back after the fact so far as I know is not on the list of qualified expenses, that would just be a withdrawal to yourself which will raise all kinds of red flags.






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Zilla
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Friendswood, TX
Member since Jul 2005
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re: HSA account - where to open?


not true, you most def can pay yourself back .... I do it every year... nice xmas bonus...just save your receipts...it's between you and IRS after the fact. I'm just not sure about he lump sum contributions though....as long as you were on a HDHP I bet it's cool though...





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