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If you’re contributing to a HSA, Medicare enrollment can be a liability

Are you turning age 65? Should you enroll in Medicare? Can you still contribute to your Health Savings Account? First, Medicare enrollment at age 65 is only necessary if you do not have qualifying health insurance through an employer. Second, your eligibility to contribute to a Health Savings Account (HSA) is based on the type of health insurance you have. The attached article reviews how Medicare impacts your HSA. Click here for details.


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