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Healthcare Reform and HSAs
Contributions can be made to your HSA using our Online Transfer system available through Internet Banking. Once you’ve signed up for Internet Banking, simply link an external checking or savings account to your HSA. Next, complete a contribution request and submit. It’s that easy. Plus, you can set up recurring contributions so you can always be sure your HSA is funded. Sign Up for Internet BankingLink an External AccountMake a Recurring Contribution
Contributions to your HSA can be made through an employer-sponsored health plan if your employer has set up a Section 125 Cafeteria Plan. With a Cafeteria Plan, your employer takes your HSA contributions out of each paycheck on a pre-tax basis, which decreases your taxable income. For more information on this option, please contact your employer.
Contribute funds to your HSA by sending us a check or money order. To ensure timely and accurate processing, please include a deposit slip from either your HSA checks or account statements, or complete and include a Contribution Form.
To make a transfer or rollover from an existing HSA or MSA, complete the HSA Application & Eligibility Form and the Health Savings Account Transfer/Rollover Request Form then submit both to HSA Bank.
Transfers can also be made from an IRA, however, they are subject to the annual maximum contribution limit. To make an IRA to HSA Transfer, complete the IRA to HSA Transfer Form. Note: IRA transfers can only be done once-per-lifetime.
Before initiating a transfer or rollover of any kind, please consult a qualified tax advisor to understand any conditions or risks that may apply.
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