Employee Benefits

Health Savings Account (HSA)

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    Why an HSA?

    A Health Savings Account (HSA) allows you to set aside money from your paycheck on a pre-tax basis (that reduces your taxable income) to pay for eligible health care expenses (health, dental, vision, and prescriptions) incurred by you and/or your family members. It is a cost-effective way to pay for such items as medical and dental deductibles, co-payments and health related expenses that are not covered by your health plans. The main reason to participate in the HSA is to SAVE TAXES! 

    Health Savings Account Brochure

    IRS Publication 969 - Rules governing Health Savings Accounts

    IRS Publication 502 - Rules governing Medical and Dental Expenses


    HSA Debit Card: Your Payment Solution

    When you need to access funds in your Health Savings Account for qualified medical expenses, your HSA debit card is your payment solution.  Whether you're paying for a prescription, lab test, eyeglasses, doctor or hospital visits, use this card just like any other debit card. It's a convenient way to pay for bills at the point of purchase, over the phone, online, or by writing your card number on your bill. Your HSA debit card can be used to pay for expenses incurred by you, your spouse and your dependents.  Before making a purchase, check to ensure your HSA has enough available funds to cover the transaction(s). For current balance information, log in to your account online or call Customer Care.

    Be sure to keep copies of all receipts for your tax records to document that your HSA funds were used for qualified medical expenses.