Triple tax-favored HSAs are the best deal going if you’re careful and organized

Do you have health savings account (HSA)? If not, why not?  If used properly, they’re a triple tax-favored way to pay for and afford health care in retirement. They say that HSA funds “go in like a traditional 401(k) and come out like a Roth;” and there are no required minimum distributions for an HSA, unlike most retirement accounts. Read article here…

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