Health Savings Accounts (HSAs)

Imagine, less expensive monthly insurance premiums and the opportunity to set aside tax-free money to pay for eligible healthcare expenses. Health Savings Accounts can help you make it happen. 

HSA Features for Individuals:

  • Online account management
  • Free debit cards for transactions
  • Personal investment services
  • Dedicated service and guidance

You also gain immediate access to various resources to help with your health insurance and HSA experiences, including:

View our overview: A Beginner's Guide to HSAs for Participants.

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With FlexHSA, we provide the tools and resources to make your HSA experience a success. Let’s take a closer look at what we offer and how we help you get the most out of your HSA.

Online Access & Banking

  • Secure web site with real-time account information 
  • View contributions, claim activity and payment history
  • Schedule individual contributions
  • Enter claims for reimbursement of healthcare expenses
  • Enter claims to pay providers directly

Simplifed Debit Card Purchasing

  • Free debit card
  • Allows you to pay at the point-of-purchase
  • Eliminates the hassle of writing a check or paying with cash
  • Can be used at the doctor’s once, pharmacy, discount chain and club stores and more
  • Request additional debit cards for your spouse or dependent

Investment Options

  • Invest funds once your HSA balance reaches $1,000
  • Manage investments online 
  • View investment activity and performance, buy/sell, realign portfolio and more
  • More than 20 mutual funds offered within investment portfolio
  • Research tools available for each fund

Personalized Guidance & Service

  • Live one-on-one customer care with dedicated HSA specialists
  • Interactive calculators and decision-support tools
  • E-News to stay informed with product updates
  • Online educational resources and guidance
  • Featured partners with additional savings and healthcare tools

What is an HSA?

Does an HSA pay for the same things that regular insurance pays for?

What is included as “qualified medical expenses”?

What happens if the money in the HSA is not used for qualified for medical expenses

Who can contribute to an HSA?