Small Business Guide to HSAs, 2nd Edition

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HSAs stand for Health Savings Accounts - a new U.S. Government program, similar to IRAs, offering a tax-sheltered way to pay for health care costs and still accumulate tax-free savings for retirement health costs. HSAs became national policy in 2003 and are becoming more popular year by year.

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Overview

HSAs stand for Health Savings Accounts - a new U.S. Government program, similar to IRAs, offering a tax-sheltered way to pay for health care costs and still accumulate tax-free savings for retirement health costs. HSAs became national policy in 2003 and are becoming more popular year by year.

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What People Are Saying

Bill Frist
"Health Savings Accounts will provide Americans with more choices and better opportunities to meet their health-care needs. The guidelines released today are the next critical step in helping to improve health-care access for all Americans. The new accounts will allow all individuals and families to save tax-free dollars for medical and retiree benefits. With these new accounts, all Americans will finally have the opportunity to protect themselves from potentially devastating health-care costs while better controlling their own health-care choices. As costs continue to grow, it’s critical that we empower Americans with solutions to meet the demands of their families’ health-care needs."
U.S. Senate Majority Leader
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781883283445
  • Publisher: Brick Tower Press
  • Publication date: 9/25/2004
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 208
  • Product dimensions: 5.59 (w) x 8.53 (h) x 0.60 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 21, 2004

    The best guide yet to getting the most out of HSAs

    This book is very well written and easy to use! The author takes a very complex subject (the new HSA accounts) and, through the combination of 'real-world' examples and clear writing, makes it understandable to us in the business world. It appears to be well researched, covering all the important details of the new legislation and how it may affcet the business, its owners and employees. As a banker with over 20 years of experience in working with firms of all sizes, I reccomend this book to any business owener who wants to both control costs and mainatin a happy, motivated work force. The book serves not only as a guide to setting up and using the accounts, but also presents clear exampleas and ideas of how to 'sell' them to your employees. This by itself is worth the price of the book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 18, 2004

    Small Business Guide to HSAs Highly Recommended

    I just got my copy of The Small Business Guide to HSAs and what a great help it is. It will make you understand HSAs like never before. The practical, apply-now information it gives is invaluable to anyone who needs to (or wants to) understand the fundementals of HSAs. Mills Laing is a clear, consise and knowledgeable writer. This is a 'must' book not just for small business owners but for the general public as this topic is almost guaranteed to grow in importance to ALL of us.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 16, 2004

    Great HSA Source Book

    I wanted an HSA account but didnt know how to go about it. Ms. Laing's book showed me and my staff just how it could be done and saved us money this year

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 10, 2004

    An excellent book on this important topic.

    An important topic and an excellent guide to this new area. As a CFO, I know the value of providing quality healthcare insurance at a value pricing. Ms. Laing's book offers the reader an easy-to-under explanation of HSAs and ways to help explain them to employees. I learned a lot and recommend the book.

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