Insurance with HSAs gain popularity, but authorities want to ban them

Greg Scandlen writes:

 [T]he annual AHIP census of HSA plans, which finds qualified HSA insurance has grown 18 percent since a year ago, and now cover 13.5 million people, according to the Heartlander. PDF of the survey.

Yet, in spite of all this, HSAs may be on the ropes in Washington. Tom Purcell writes in the Tribune Review, “It figures. Health Savings Accounts, or HSAs, have been so successful at reducing the cost of health care, the ObamaCare people are out to get them.”

Read more: Myth Buster #21: HSA Round Up | John Goodman’s Health Policy Blog |


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