Blog Posts Tagged with 'Health Savings Account (HSA)'

[VIDEO] Why Do I Need to "Substantiate" My Claim (And...
April 08, 2019

We get a lot of questions from people wondering why they are required to substantiate claims when they pay for medical expenses using their MyAmeriflex Card. The video above explains why substantiation is required and show you how the...

[WATCH] These are the Differentiators that Make...
January 31, 2019

Ameriflex Chief Revenue Officer, David Rose, explains the differentiators that make Ameriflex the best Third-Party Administrator in the industry.

You can skip ahead by clicking any of the chapters on the right of the screen after you click the...

[WEBINAR] The Present and Future of CDHC Plans
January 30, 2019

In this webinar, Ameriflex Senior Counsel, Donna Wilkinson, talks about:

- Overview of FSAs, HSAs and HRAs plus strategies for a winning plan design

- Real-life plan design horror stories

- Washington, D.C. updates and the current state of HSAs, FSAs...

[WATCH] Proposed Bill Could Potentially End HSAs and...
December 21, 2018

This week, House Democrats proposed the Medicare for America Act of 2018. Ameriflex Senior Counsel Donna Wilkinson explains what's in the bill and what it's passage would mean for anyone who uses or sells Health Savings Accounts or Flexible...

[WATCH] How the 2019 Legislative Landscape Could Impact...
December 06, 2018
Ameriflex Senior Counsel Donna Wilkinson reflects on her most recent trip to Washington, D.C. and how the results of the 2018 midterm elections could impact healthcare in 2019.
[WEBINAR] 7 Critical Healthcare Conversations for 2018
August 29, 2018
Ameriflex Senior Counsel, Donna Wilkinson, talks about seven critical healthcare issues that have been front-and-center in 2018:

1. Prescription Drugs

2. ACA Updates & Tax Reform


4. The Opiod Epidemic

5. Direct Primary Care & Telemedicine


4 Steps to Increase Worksite Benefits Participation
May 25, 2018

What is worse than losing a group or losing to a competitor? Winning a group and getting really low participation.

Why does this happen? Are the employees afraid of losing money? Do they pay cash for everything? Do they think they won’t get sick?


IRS Announces 2019 HSA Contribution Limits
May 16, 2018

The IRS released the 2019 inflation-adjusted contribution limit amounts for Health Savings Accounts (HSA).

The amounts for HSAs for 2019 as compared to 2018 are as follows:

*See IRS Rev. Proc. 2018-27 which provided relief from the deduction...