HSA for America Presents New Informative Health Savings Account Teleseminar Series

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Because HSA tax reductions are only available to people who have an HSA-qualified health insurance plan in place by December 31st, insurance agencies are reporting a surge of end-of-the-year applications. To help individuals and families understand how HSAs work, how they can impact health insurance premiums and income taxes, and how to beat the application deadline, HSA for America has announced a series of free health insurance teleseminars, open to the public.

qualified health insurance plans, announced today a series of free teleseminars to help individuals and families who purchase their own health insurance. The first, to be held this Thursday December 13th, will be on the topic of Health Savings Accounts, or HSAs.

HSAs are special tax-deferred accounts where someone can put aside tax-deductible money, which can then be used to pay for future medical expenses, tax-free. If the money is not used, it simply grows tax-deferred, like an IRA. Available since January 2004, HSAs have become the most popular type of health insurance coverage purchased by individuals.

"Our typical customer is saving $1,000 or more in taxes, and cutting their health insurance premium by 40%," says Wiley Long, president of HSA for America. "Yet many people are still confused about how HSA plans work, because they are very different than typical health insurance plans that offer copays for doctor visits and prescriptions."

The teleseminar will cover how HSAs work, how they can be used to build a medical retirement account, and why HSAs are so popular with people who use alternative medical treatments like homeopathy and acupuncture. The phone lines will also be open to allow callers to get any questions they have about HSAs answered. You can sign up for HSA for America's teleseminar at: http://www.Health--Savings--Accounts.com/teleseminar.htm

A family who has their HSA-qualified health insurance approved before January 1st can contribute up to $5,650 into their health savings account. "We expect to have a lot of people at these teleseminars, because most people have put this off until the very last minute", added Long.

About HSA for America:
HSA for America is the nation's leading independent health insurance firm specializing in individual and family coverage that works with a Health Savings Account. Through our comprehensive website (http://www.Health--Savings--Accounts.com) we offer complete information on HSAs and qualifying health insurance plans. We offer instant quotes, online health insurance applications, and access to several banks that can act as an HSA administrator for your account.


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