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Health Savings Account (HSA)

What Is A Health Savings Account?

Once you are enrolled in a qualified High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) through your employer, you're ready to talk with a TCU professional about establishing a Health Savings Account (HSA). Working together, these programs allow your money to work for you in two ways: You are able to accumulate savings to pay for current or future medical expenses, or you can use it to save money.

Why might a HSA be good for you?

  • Savings grow as investment earnings
  • You own the account even if life circumstances change
  • Funds aren't forfeited if you don't use them
  • The funds you contribute stay local

Why is TCU the right place for you?

  • You can select the account that best meets your needs
  • You may earn dividends as your account grows
  • No setup-fee
  • You also get:
    • - A TCU HSA Debit MasterCard®
    • - Checks
    • - Online Access to your account balances and check images
    • - eStatements
    • - Plus so much more

You can trust TCU and your HSA professional to help you choose the plan that is right for your needs and your budget. For more information about Health Savings Accounts, visit www.treas.gov and click on "Health Savings Accounts".

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