Save Money On Health Care Costs

March 2014
Greenhouse Grower;Mar2014, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p62
The article offers information on Health Savings Accounts (HSA). Topics discussed include HSA are federal programs designed to help individuals save for future qualified medical health expenses on a tax-free basis, HSA's include insurance policy, and dedicated savings account for making tax-deductible deposits, and any person who is not covered by another health plan is not listed as a dependent of another taxpayer could apply for an HSA.


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