Last Chance For MSAs

Krienke, Scott
March 2000
Advisor Today;Mar2000, Vol. 95 Issue 3, p94
Trade Publication
Deals with the legislative bills of the United States (US) Congress that could significantly impact the sales of medical savings accounts (MSA) in the country. Amount of the increase in minimum deductibles for the 2000 tax year; Implications of MSA and tax deductions on insurance; Reasons for the increased sales of MSA in the first part of 2000.


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