September 8, 2020—The global health pandemic is a reminder of how quickly and unexpectedly significant health care issues can arise. It may be time to ask: Is it beneficial to have a health savings account when I can afford to pay for health care expenses out of my pocket? Wealth Planner Matthew Mancini discusses the key benefits of these popular savings accounts, explaining how they not only help to prepare families for unexpected medical expenses, but may offer significant tax incentives as well.
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