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Health Savings Accounts Catching on in Connecticut
The Heartland Institute Link to more items from this source
Dec. 28, 2004
Excerpt: Six months ago, whenever Stephen Glick would ask business people if they knew about health savings accounts, or HSAs, two or three people out of a hundred might raise their hands. Today, when Glick, the insurance trust administrator for 72 Connecticut Chamber of Commerce chapters, talks about HSAs, roughly 85 percent of the business people in the room know what they are and can recite some of the benefits.

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