Advertisement

CreditUnions.com

Remember Me
Register | Forgot Password?

5



This sponsored content article is provided to the credit union community for shared insights and knowledge from a recognized solutions provider in the industry. Please note that the views and opinions offered here do not reflect those of Callahan & Associates, and Callahan does not endorse vendors or the solutions they offer.

If you are interested in contributing an article on CreditUnions.com, please contact our Callahan Media team at ads@creditunions.com or 1-800-446-7453.

March 27, 2006


Join the Conversation



2000 characters left
  


Comments

RSS

Anonymous

7/26/2012 04:07 PM

Good overview-- enough info to make you want to learn more.

Anonymous

7/26/2012 04:07 PM

We have been offering HSAs since January 2004, just one month after it was signed into legislature and I am puzzled as to why a young target audience is stated here. Our experiance with members who open HSAs (or are interested in opening HSAs through their employer) are older than college kids. Upwards of 40 years of age. There is no way that this young audience, unless investors, brokers or insurance agents would open an HSA. Most individuals who open an HSA are not often sick and see a valuable tax write off (as long as their employer is not writing the same amount off)and use it primarily for long-term investments or IRAs. Matter of fact, most interest has steemed from those that are no longer eligible that fall over the 65 years of age cutt-off... those that already participate in Medicare. Unless your looking at stable young doctors (no longer in med school), attorneys and the like I don't think you'll find much interest in this younger crowd. Hard to do for 22-29! Instead, focus on older X'rs and young Baby Boomers looking for tax & investment options and your HSA portfolio will be much more lucrative. (Executives at your SEGs) Natalie Cathey, First South Credit Union

Anonymous

7/26/2012 04:07 PM

The article is clear and easy to understand. I was hoping for links to related articles that discuss HSAs in more depth. Thanks for publishing this one!

Anonymous

7/26/2012 04:07 PM

Who wrote this article it is great!

Anonymous

7/26/2012 04:07 PM

I am still confused as far as who monitors the withdrawals in an HSA. this isns't covered in the info I've seen? thanks

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Platinum Suppliers   |   Get Listed
Copyright © 2016 Callahan & Associates, Inc. All rights reserved. Website design and website development by Americaneagle.com