Accuplan Benefits Services Adds New HSA Program

New plans allow HDHP customers to set aside money on a pre-tax basis to pay for qualified medical bills.

September 16, 2020 / / —

Utah, USA. Wednesday, September 16th: Retirement account administrator Accuplan Benefits Services has confirmed the launch of its new Health Savings Accounts products to help clients secure their financial futures by preparing for the outcome of medical expenses.

HSA Programs With A Difference

The new HSA program is the latest addition to Accuplan's extensive retirement planning accounts. Its unique approach focuses on allowing individuals to save, invest, earn, and pay through personalized accounts that are tailored to individual circumstances.

Accuplan's HSA program offers the same core purpose as most Health Savings Accounts on the market and is particularly beneficial for individuals with a high deductible health plan (HDHP) who seek a pre-tax account that stores money for future healthcare costs. Unlike many, though, it allows account holders to bypass the need for employer support.

The fee-free HSAs also pay a percentage interest rate to ensure that the money tucked aside for medical costs will continue to work harder for the holder's net worth. Cardless online accounts facilitate easy management and direct reimbursements to medical care providers.

Health Savings Accounts from Accuplan are beneficial for consumers while they additionally support businesses hoping to reduce their employee healthcare costs. For individuals and employers alike, the HSA program delivers financial security and peace of mind from the moment it is opened. Moreover, it combines with the specialist's other products, including Real Estate IRAs and Self-Directed 401Ks for comprehensive coverage.

Accuplan's HSA program aims to put account holders in greater control of their money and in a position of power when medical expenses surface. The transparency for businesses and workers ensures that all contributions and transfers are swift and organized at all times.

About Accuplan

Accuplan Benefits Services is a financial service boasting a rich history that stretches back to 1985, when it was originally the National Association of Financial and Estate Planning, and provides an array of retirement planning and financial programs for businesses and consumers alike. Its reputation for providing quality savings accounts and versatile financial products is unquestioned.

The company lets investors take control of their finances with self-directed IRAs that deliver unlimited possibilities. The ability to manage the entire lifecycle of the IRA is supported by clear information and support to help holders capitalize on the best opportunities available. The company serves thousands of clients, many of whom have held multiple products for several years.

With offices in Utah, Las Vegas, San Diego, Orange County, Phoenix, Denver, and Northern California, Accuplan helps clients across large sections of the United States. Their new HSA program takes that support to a whole new level.

More information is available at www.accuplan.net. Alternatively, Accuplan's press contact Ben Barker can be reached on ben@accuplan.net or at 801-266-9900. Postal queries can be directed to 406 W. South Jordan Parkway, Ste. 640, South Jordan, Utah, 84095.

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Name: Ben Barker
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Organization: Accuplan Benefits Services
Address: 406 W. South Jordan Parkway, Ste. 640, South Jordan, Utah, 84095
Phone: 801-266-9900
Website: http://www.accuplan.net/

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