Consumer-directed healthcare: How it evolved and what it means for today's workers
Consumer-directed healthcare: How it evolved and what it means for today's workers

Consumer-directed healthcare: How it evolved and what it means for today’s workers

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Medical savings accounts, catalysts for consumer-directed healthcare, began to emerge long before health savings accounts and health reimbursement¬†arrangements were signed into law, creating a driving force in today’s healthcare.¬†

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IRS Notice 2014-01 provides a good starting point for health insurance planning
IRS Notice 2014-01 provides a good starting point for health insurance planning

IRS Notice 2014-01 provides a good starting point for health insurance planning

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In light of the repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) last year, Notice 2014-01 issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has clarified many of the rules that affect flexible spending accounts (FSAs) and health savings accounts (HSAs) for same-sex married couples.

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Are HSAs compatible with health plans on the open exchange?
Are HSAs compatible with health plans on the open exchange?

HSAs compatible with health plans on the open exchange

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As healthcare reform continues to seize headlines across the U.S., more Americans are looking to the benefits of consumer-directed health plans (CDHPs), some of which include tax-advantaged HSAs, as a means of meeting rising medical costs and legislation geared toward promoting more insurance for all.

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