Contributing to a Health Savings Account Could Save You Money

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Increasing healthcare costs is one of the top concerns among Americans today. One option to consider helping pay for these costs is through a Health Savings Account (HSA). HSAs offer three different tax advantages:

1.       Contributions are tax deductible.
2.       Earnings are tax-deferred while in the HSA, and
3.       Distributions are tax-free when they are used for qualified medical expenses.

If you’re enrolled in a high-deductible health insurance plan, you may want to consider contributing to an HSA. However, like other retirement savings vehicles, HSAs come with their own set of rules you must follow to enjoy the tax benefits.

Click the checklist link below to download this free guide. How To Contribute to an HSA in 5 Easy Steps.

To find out more about how to plan for healthcare costs and to discuss whether an HSA is right for you, contact Chris Robinson with RFG Wealth Advisory in Argyle, TX. Call us at 940-464-4104 or schedule a no-obligation 15-minute call at We would like to help.


How to Contribute to an HSA in 5 Easy Steps

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