Health savings accounts allow tax-advantaged savings for people with high-deductible health plans. You can use the money for medical bills, and often can invest the funds. And you don’t have to use your employer’s plan — you can pick from hundreds of firms. Where to start?
IBD editors identified nine Best HSA Accounts to consider based on account features, customer reviews, benefit consultants’ input and Morningstar fund ratings. The providers aren’t ranked and are listed by total accounts. Also highlighted: the Best HSA Accounts in investment options, investment quality, low fees, interest rates, easy access, and health/wealth account integration.
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Investment options, low fees, interest rates
|Number of accounts
Up to $4/month; investment fee $18/year; Schwab trading fee: $4.95/online trade, $9.95/automated phone, $29.95/broker-assisted
30 mutual funds; Charles Schwab self-directed brokerage: 200+ commission-free ETFs, stocks, bonds, 2,500 funds
Debit card, online banking
$1,000; $10,000 for self-directed accounts
Up to 1.25% based on balance tier and account type
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*Additional fees (custodial, inactivity, etc.) may apply
**Does not currently offer individual plans
Sources: Company reports, Devenir Research, Morningstar
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