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Why Any Plan Sponsor Fiduciary Needs to Give HSAs Another Look
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Sept. 16, 2014
"Banks, insurance companies, and investment firms with active IRA programs may be interested in making their programs friendly for employers that want to make the HSAs widely available to employees with education as to the advantages of keeping the HSA accounts invested.... It will be critical for anyone marketing or offering these programs to be very sensitive to the conditions for exemption from ERISA. Some employers may be willing to offer HSAs as a fully ERISA-covered benefit, but most will want to stay ERISA-exempt, and for the latter category it will be necessary to keep the program simple and be very careful with the handling of investment options."

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