Solutions for:

Individuals

An HSA from Bank of America can help put you in control of your health care costs.

Small businesses

An HSA from Bank of America can help you and your employees save money.

Large employers

For companies with more than 3,500 employees, we offer a broad suite of health accounts.

Consultants/Brokers

A full suite of health accounts to help your clients manage health care costs now and in the future.

Tools & Resources

Resources for individuals & account holders

Resources to help you learn about using health accounts (HSAs, FSAs, HRAs) to save money on health care.

Resources for employers

Tools, news, and insights to help you manage your health account program and engage your employees.

Why choose Bank of America

We’re committed to providing individuals and businesses the financial products and services they need to help pursue their goals at every stage of their financial lives.


Learn more how to make the most of Bank of America health accounts through review of our tools, resources and frequently asked questions for individuals and account holders and for employers.

Health accounts from
Bank of America

HSAs, FSAs and HRAs can help you manage your health care costs.

  • HSA Health Savings Account

    A Health Savings Account is a type of personal savings account that helps people with qualified high-deductible health plans (HDHPs) save money on many out-of-pocket medical expenses like doctor visits, dental and vision care, and prescriptions. Individuals can open an HSA on their own or through an employer or health plan that offers one.

    HSA resources & FAQs
  • FSA Flexible Spending Account

    An FSA is a type of health account offered through some employers. It lets employees set aside pretax money to help pay for qualified medical expenses that occur during a particular year. FSAs are compatible with all types of health insurance plans and are owned by the employer.

    FSA resources & FAQs
  • Health Reimbursement Arrangement

    An HRA is another type of health account offered through some employers. This is an employer-funded account that helps employees pay for qualified medical expenses not covered by their health plans. HRAs are compatible with all types of health insurance plans and they are owned by the employer. Money left in an HRA at the end of the year can roll over to the next year.

    HRA resources & FAQs
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