How Medicare Changes Your HSA
How Medicare Changes Your HSA

How Medicare Changes Your HSA

 

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How Medicare Changes Your HSA

What you need to know about contributing and utilizing the account.

Health plan needs change as you approach retirement—especially as Medicare enters the picture. That’s when you’ll see changes to how you can utilize your HSA.

If you are eligible, entitled, or enrolled in Medicare, by law you are prohibited from contributing to an HSA. In this curated piece, “Medicare and HSAs,” you’ll learn about the IRS’s rules for contributing to an HSA. Use this information to guide you in determining when to stop contributing and how to manage and utilize the account going forward.

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