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  1. Dave @ Money In The 20sMarch 29, 2011 at 6:07 pmReply

    I too have a high deductible health plan and contribute a set amount to it each month. Right now that amount is $50 for me because I don’t go to the doctor too often.

    The thing I like best about the HSA account is that even if I switch health coverage and no longer qualify for the HSA account, I can still use that money for qualified health expenses.

    • LuLuGalApril 10, 2011 at 5:52 pmReplyAuthor

      Great job on using your HSA Dave. I think that might have been the biggest draw to me for having the HSA and I can now see it coming into play as I am about to lose my current job. So if my next job does not have an HSA I can still use the money and not have to stress about losing it like if I still only had the FSA.

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    [...] previous budget for ‘Health’ was $185 montly, with $75 going to my Health Savings Account and $110 for out of pocket costs for doctor and dentist visits. I would then reimburse myself for [...]

  3. Robert@Free SEO ToolsMarch 3, 2012 at 1:44 pmReply

    This seems like an interesting plan and $75 a month isn’t really that much for some peace of mind.

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