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Health savings accounts (HSAs) partnered with high-deductible health plans (HDHPs) continue to grow as a popular option for employers and employees seeking an economical and convenient coverage option.
Since their introduction a decade ago, forward-thinking employers have continued to aggressively adopt health savings accounts (HSAs) by making tax-advantaged health accounts a cornerstone of their benefits cost-savings strategy.
With 2013 behind us, we can now look at what the year brought as related to the ever-changing world of defined contribution. Let’s first take a look at a couple key learnings and trends from 2013.
Lately, it seems we have been getting the same compliance questions over and over again from our clients. Below are some of our most frequently asked questions.
Wells Fargo & Company announced that customers with employer-sponsored retirement plans and Health Savings Accounts offered by Wells Fargo are now able to see their accounts in one central view on wellsfargo.com along with information from their other Wells Fargo accounts. The integration will help
HealthEquity, the largest U.S. health savings account (HSA) trust organization, and Change Healthcare, the market leader in consumer engagement and cost transparency, have announced a partnership that is already improving the health care shopping experience for millions of consumers nationwide.
According to the 7th semi-annual Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) survey and resulting research report conducted by Devenir, HSAs have grown to an estimated $19.3 billion in assets and 10.7 million accounts at year-end 2013 and have grown to well over $20 billion in assets during
In a white paper released by Change Healthcare, 91 percent of employees with families and 65 percent of employees overall would have spent less under a CDHP than a PPO. Families averaged $140 per month in savings.
In 2008, PriceWaterhouseCoopers' research team surveyed senior executives at more than 100 large US-based multinational companies and more than 250 privately held small companies. The large companies each have an average of 8,000 employees and revenue of about $3 billion. The small employers each have
Recent changes in financial accounting reporting obligations have caused many employers, both public and private, to re-examine the overall economics of pre-funding retiree medical benefits.