HSA savings calculator
See how your savings can add up to help pay for medical needs now and in the future.
HSAs offer a triple tax advantage1 :
Your HSA funds are not a case of "use it or lose it."
Any money you don't use by the end of the year rolls over so you can use in the future.
You always have access to the money in your account.
Your HSA is portable. It goes with you even if you get a new job with a different employer or leave the workforce.
But it's a good idea to try to plan for what you may spend on health care.
When you contribute to your HSA, you'll have money to cover any surprising or not-so-surprising qualified medical expenses.
You can invest your HSA balance in mutual funds.
The money you earn from investing is tax-free. And you can keep letting it grow and use it for health care expenses in retirement
If you claim a family member on your taxes, you can use your HSA money for their qualified medical expenses – even if you just have single coverage.
1You can receive tax-free distributions from your HSA to pay or be reimbursed for qualified medical expenses you incur after you establish the HSA. If you receive distributions for other reasons, the amount you withdraw will be subject to income tax and may be subject to an additional 20% tax. Any interest or earnings on the assets in the account are tax free. You may be able to claim a tax deduction for contributions you, or someone other than your employer, make to your HSA. Bank of America recommends you contact qualified tax or legal counsel before establishing a HSA.
Bank of America makes available The HSA for Life® Health Savings Account as a custodian only. The HSA for Life is intended to qualify as a Health Savings Account as set forth in Internal Revenue Code Section 223. However, the account beneficiary that establishes the HSA is solely responsible for ensuring that he/she satisfies the Health Savings Account eligibility requirements set forth in Section 223. If an individual/employee establishes a Health Savings Account and he/she is not otherwise eligible, he/she will be subject to adverse tax consequences. In addition, an employer who makes contributions to an HSA of an ineligible individual may also be subject to adverse tax consequences. We recommend that HSA applicants and/or employers contact qualified tax or legal counsel before establishing a Health Savings Account.
Bank of America does not sponsor or maintain the Flexible Spending Accounts or Health Reimbursement Arrangements that you establish. Those programs are sponsored and maintained solely by the employer. Bank of America is nothing more than a claims administrator who performs ministerial administrative tasks with respect to such arrangements pursuant to agreement with the employer. The employer is solely responsible for ensuring that such arrangements comply with all applicable laws.
The planning tools and information calculators are illustrative only, and accuracy is not guaranteed. They are intended to provide a comparative tool for various consumer health care options and potential costs and savings of those options. Bank of America and its affiliates are not tax or legal advisors. The calculators are not intended to offer any tax, legal or financial advice and do not assure the availability of or your eligibility for any specific product offered by Bank of America or its affiliates. Please consult with qualified professionals to discuss your situation. This site may contain links to third-party content, which may be articles, videos, or calculators, regarding health plans only as a convenience. Some articles, videos and calculators may have been written and produced by third parties not affiliated with Bank of America or any of its affiliates.
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If you have questions regarding your particular health care situation, please contact your health care, legal or tax advisor.
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Mutual Fund investment offerings for the Bank of America HSA are made available by Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Incorporated (“MLPF&S”), a registered broker-dealer, Member SIPC and a wholly owned subsidiary of Bank of America Corporation (“BofA Corp.”). Investments in mutual funds are held in an omnibus account at MLPF&S in the name of Bank of America, N.A. (“BANA”), for the benefit of all HSA account owners. Recommendations as to HSA investment menu options are provided to BANA by the Chief Investment Office (“CIO”), Global Wealth & Investment Management (“GWIM”), a division of BofA Corp. The CIO, which provides investment strategies, due diligence, portfolio construction guidance and wealth management solutions for GWIM clients, is part of the Investment Solutions Group (ISG) of GWIM.
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