Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) inhabit a strange place in the employee benefit world: they often exist because of health coverage offered by an employer, employers can contribute to them, but they are ultimately owned by the individual and are not group sponsored health plans. Some strange rules result.

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Nick Karls
Vice President, Regulatory and Legislative Strategy
Hays Companies

Ben Graves
Director, Research & Compliance
Hays Companies


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