New EBRI study questions the value of HSAs as a way for employees to save for retiree health costs
An oft-touted advantage of HSAs is the potential for helping cover healthcare expenses in retirement. And although the magic of compound interest can leave retirees with a healthy HSA nest egg, a recent report suggests that the accounts are only a partial solution at best.
HSAs play a minor role in savings for healthcare costs in retirement, according to a new study by the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI).
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