Health Savings Accounts

How Do You Establish an HSA?

An HSA is a tax-exempt trust or custodial account that can be established through any qualified trustee or custodian, including a bank or credit union, an insurance company, or a third-party administrator. In some cases, this may be the same institution offering the HDHP. You can open an HSA on your own or, if available, through your employer.

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