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Frequently Asked Question
With a Mutual Security Health Savings Account (HSA), you may either contribute all or a portion of your health plan deductible into a tax-advantaged savings account, within certain limits. And, like an individual retirement account (IRA), your HSA dividend earnings are tax-free. Funds remain tax-free provided you use them to pay for qualified medical expenses. And better yet, funds may grow annually, allowing you to save for future medical expenses.
To be eligible for a Mutual Security HSA, you need to have health coverage under a high-deductible health plan (HDHP). By law, you cannot be covered by another health plan, except one that provides specific coverage such as dental or vision. Additionally, to qualify for a HSA, you must not be entitled to Medicare benefits or be claimed as a dependent on another person’s tax return.
Mutual Security Health Savings Accounts feature:
Fast and Simple Enrollment
Competitive Interest Rate
Free ATM / VISA Bonus Check Card (VBCC)
Free photo copies of your checks 24/7 on-line (WebLine)
Free monthly e-statement or USP mail (you select)
Free Audio (CashLine) and Free Online (WebLine) Account Information Will be Available 24/7
No Set-up Fees
No Monthly Management Fees
No Check Writing Fees
No Fees for the Number of ATM/VISA Check Card Transactions
No Fees for Lost or Stolen ATM/VCC
No Duplicate Check Fees
No Minimum Balances
and Much More!
All funds (up to $250,000) are insured by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), a U.S. Government Agency.
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For more information on Rules and Regulations governing HSAs please visit the US Treasury
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