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Health Savings Accounts are capable of “Quadruple Duty” – offering value for the rest of your life, and beyond. Some of the benefits of saving for retirement expenses with a health savings account (HSA) include the following except:
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What is the most an individual or couple contribute annually to both a 401(k) and an HSA in 2020?
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The following statements are true about how to prioritize for retirement savings between the HSA and the 401(k), except:
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The following are true about what should someone do if they can’t afford to fund both the HSA and 401(k) at the same time, except:
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Perhaps the health savings account’s most significant value is the varied opportunities for tax-favored wealth accumulation along the way to retirement and beyond. Which of the following is not true?