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10 Reasons an HSA Is Actually Worth Having

I put off signing up for an HSA for years because it was confusing and seemed to have a lot of rules and restrictions. You need to have an HDHP (high deductible health plan) in order to get an HSA. HSA funds can only be spent on qualified medical expenses — or else you can be hit with a 20...
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