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HSA and market volalitity

Health Savings Accounts (HSA) can be invested in the stock market. Over a long enough time horizon, stocks have better rates of return than other investment classes as they have more inherent risk. The idea is that in most years, most people barely touch the medical system so savings can be built up during good […]
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