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Why HSAs Are The Ultimate Tax-Saving Device

HSAs are still alive and well under Obamacare, with many HSA compatible policies available on the Exchanges.  In order to open a HSA, doctors must be covered under a qualifying high deductible plan (at least $1,250 for an individual policy; $2,500 for a family policy). While many doctors have switched to HSA compatible plans over the past few years (26% of doctors now compared to just 12% in our 2010 survey), others have balked because they felt the meager premium savings didn’t justify the hassle of changing plans. That’s not the point!

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