NDIRA Re-Launches Health Savings Account Education Initiative

New Direction IRA, Inc. (NDIRA) re-released a 10-part educational webinar series about Health Savings Accounts (HSAs).

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New Direction IRA is re-launching a 10-part webinar series about Health Savings Accounts (HSAs).

Louisville, Colorado (PRWEB) March 27, 2014

New Direction IRA, Inc. (NDIRA), an IRA and HSA administrative services provider, re-released a 10-part educational webinar series about Health Savings Accounts (HSAs).

The re-release of the webinar series, entitled “10 Ways to maximize your HSA,” is part of a larger effort to educate people about HSAs: how they work, how to invest with them, what the Affordable Care Act means and more.

The series includes topics such as how to set up an HSA, how it works with a High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP), how to best save HSA funds, how to pay for qualified medical expenses (QMEs) and more.

“The videos were designed to give people a broad overview of HSAs and to show them how an HSA differs from how they’ve probably paid for health expenses in the past,” NDIRA CEO Bill Humphrey said.

In addition to the 10 recorded webinars, NDIRA is hosting a general HSA informational webinar on April 2 at 1 p.m. MST. There, you can learn the basics of HSAs and ask specific questions to an HSA expert. Sign up for the event at https://ndira.webex.com/ndira/onstage/g.php?d=661400649&t=a.

“Learning about HSAs can make a huge difference when it comes to paying for medical costs, now and in the future,” Humphrey said. “Many people aren’t familiar with the features of the account, and so are not using it to its full benefit.”

Humphrey notes that, in addition to information about HSAs, there is information to be learned about HDHPs and other health insurance offerings.

For example, government subsidies for healthcare are based on how much money you or your household generates annually and if your employer provides adequate, affordable healthcare. You can see if you qualify for subsidies using this free subsidy calculator at http://kff.org/interactive/subsidy-calculator/.

Humphrey added that he invites investors and those interested in HSAs to call NDIRA with questions or concerns about that account type—NDIRA has a staff of expert client representatives and industry best education available online.

If you’d like more information HSAs, New Direction IRA offers extensive educational resources on its website, http://www.newdirectionira.com. You can check in with an IRA expert via webinar, live workshop or by calling a client representative to discuss your retirement strategy.

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New Direction IRA is a trusted provider of investor education and record keeping services for self-directed IRA and precious metals IRA holders. Since its inception in 2003, New Direction IRA has been at the forefront of the self-directed retirement investment market. The company enables individual investors to take control of and diversify their tax-advantaged retirement funds using alternative asset opportunities such as real estate, precious metals, LLCs, notes and lending, and more. Headquartered in Louisville, Colorado, New Direction IRA administers more than $750M in assets on behalf of over 8,300 account holders. Visit the website at http://www.newdirectionira.com.

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