Put money aside for those unexpected medical expenses.
A Health Savings Account (HSA) is a specialized savings account that works hand in hand with your employer-sponsored high deductible health insurance plan (HDHP), allowing greater flexibility over how you use your health care dollars.
Qualified individuals may open an HSA and make pre-tax contributions to the account. Distributions are tax-free if the proceeds are used for qualified medical expenses.
For an explanation of qualified medical expenses, please see IRA Pub 502, available at www.irs.gov
2023 Contribution Limits
Individual – $3,850
Family – $7,750
Catch-up Contribution Limits (over age 55) – $1,000
Rates as of July 28, 2021
|Account Name||Interest Rate||Annual Percentage Yield (1APY)||Minimum balance required to earn interest|
|Health Savings Account||0.05%||0.05%||2$100|
1APY = Annual Percentage Yield; fees could reduce earnings on accounts.
2You must maintain a minimum balance of $100 in the account each day to obtain the disclosed annual percentage yield.
Interest rates and annual percentage yields are current as of the effective date at the top of this rate sheet. Interest rates are subject to change. The minimum deposit to open account amounts is the minimum balance required to earn the disclosed Annual Percentage Yield.