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April 16, 2010

HSA plans are available for graduate students too. Anyone can contribute to your HSA and the only criteria which needs to be met is that the contribution must not exceed the annual limit.The health insurance premiums are based on age, location, and other factors that are determined by individual sta...

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April 16, 2010

HSA accounts help balance high health insurance costs. A number of small businesses are helping their employees by making a contribution to an HSA.HSA accounts have become very popular because they offer a great opportunity to pay for current medical expenses and save for future emergencies.The...

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April 16, 2010

A health savings account is a savings account that is tax free and helps you save up for health related medical expenses.Individual contributions up to $3,050 for a single person and $6,150 for families, is allowed legally. There are a number of costs that are normally not covered by the health insu...

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April 16, 2010
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Are you wondering if you should have a health savings account?  We came up with five reasons to have health savings accounts.1. Monthly premiums are less – High deductible health programs which are necessary for a health savings account can be 20% to 50% lower depending on the p...

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April 16, 2010
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Interested in joining a credit union to get a better credit card interest rate?Credit unions have the best rates on credit union credit cards and it would be advisable to opt for credit cards from a credit union rather than from a bank, because banks charge very high fees and interest rates.Cre...

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April 16, 2010
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People are tired of getting bad customer service and high interest rates that are prevalent at most banks and therefore they are gravitating towards having a federal credit union credit card since it offers them the maximum benefits.A credit union bank card has low fees and lower interest rates...

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April 16, 2010
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A health savings account (HSA) is an account that allows you to put away a certain amount of money every month to save for medical expenses or emergencies.HSA banks or a Indianapolis credit union like us can help you make a contribution or withdrawal at any point in time. HSA information r...

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April 16, 2010
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A credit union is member focused rather than profit focused, which is what most banks are.The interest rates and fees that are charged for a credit union credit card are significantly lower when compared to the bank, as they do not operate for profit.There are a number of people who are opting for a...

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April 16, 2010
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A credit union credit card has a number of advantages when compared to a credit card from conventional big banks.You are a member of the credit union and not a customer. Credit union bank card terms are better than that of the bank.The fee amounts that are charged by credit union cred...

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April 16, 2010
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What are the benefits of a federal credit union credit card? Most people tend to buy credit cards from large banks that offer them at a higher interest rate. A federal credit union credit card offers lower rates and are very customer friendly.What are credit unions? They are non profit financial ins...

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