Health savings accounts expand as care costs rise
Health savings accounts (HSAs) have become an increasingly popular tool as a way to decrease healthcare costs. Nineteen percent of employers will offer HSAs in 2009 and enrollment in those accounts has risen to 6.1 million. Businesses view HSAs as an important healthcare savings tool as part of consumer-driven health plans.
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