Don't Miss Out on HSA Growth

Britt, Julie
July 2008
Advisor Today;Jul2008, Vol. 103 Issue 7, p24
Trade Publication
The article discusses the growth in health savings accounts (HSAs) in the U.S. Enrollment in HSAs is growing, and that expansion is likely to continue in a weak economy in which cutting health-care costs is a concentration for many employers, consumers and politicians. Principal Financial Group Inc. director Jerry Ripperger states that advisors need to understand how HSAs work and what employers and individuals need to do before switching from traditional health insurance.


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