The book will help professionals answer HSA questions quickly, accurately and confidently.
St. Cloud, Minnesota (PRWEB) October 28, 2014
You can spend years developing expertise on HSAs or you can turn to this all-new resource. The author has devoted much of the last ten years to answering thousands of HSA questions and this book captures that experience.
“The book will help professionals answer HSA questions quickly, accurately and confidently,” says Roy Ramthun, a leader and nationally recognized expert in the HSA industry and a contributing editor to the book. “As HSAs grow in popularity, it is becoming increasingly important for professionals to understand and explain HSA benefits and rules and this book gives them the tool to do so.” The book’s author, Whitney Johnson, adds “HSAs appear relatively straight-forward, but as anyone who works with HSAs knows, difficult questions and issues arise constantly. I wrote this book to answer those tough questions and give HSA professionals the answers they need.”
The book is written in a simple question and answer format that allows professionals to quickly find and answer the actual questions they face. The answers provide examples that match real life experiences and include legal citations when appropriate. The book is indexed, contains a forms and worksheet appendix with useful HSA tools, and uses a variety of charts to simplify HSAs. The book is designed for benefit professionals, HSA custodians, insurance representatives, human resource employees, attorneys, accountants, financial planners and other professionals that advise on HSAs. The book is published by National Underwriter.
About the Author
Mr. Johnson has worked with HSAs since their introduction and is a founder of two businesses dedicated to HSAs: HSA Authority and HSA Resources. Mr. Johnson is an Associate Professor at St. Cloud State University where he teaches business law. His undergraduate degree is from the University of Wisconsin at Madison where he majored in Finance and he has a law degree from the University of Minnesota