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week ending October 23rd, 2020
Next Tuesday and Wednesday, PLANSPONSOR is holding its 2020 HSA Conference, virtually. The conference agenda will cover multiple aspects of the accounts, to help employers and advisers best oversee and support them. Topics to be discussed include: current and proposed laws and regulations for HSAs; how HSAs operate; best practices in HSA provider selection and ongoing administration; and how investing HSA assets can increase the potential for long-term savings. In this edition of PLANSPONSOR Weekend, you’ll find valuable insights from a previous year’s conference and more. Stay safe!
Editor's Choice
HSA Conference 2018: Evaluation and Selection of an Optimal Investment Line-Up
Investments in HSAs are solving for different outcomes than DC plans, so plan sponsors should take into account different considerations for investment selection.
HSA Conference 2018: Navigating HSA Programs and Retirement Planning
Once participants understand health savings accounts (HSAs), plan sponsors can encourage them to invest their money and think about saving for future health care costs.
HSA Conference 2018: Regulatory and Legislative Update
This year, Congress is actively taking up legislation that would expand the use and benefits of health savings accounts (HSAs).
Entry-Level Employees to Top Executives Need HSA Education
Employee education about health savings accounts (HSAs) remains the dominant concern of plan sponsors, and plan sponsors struggle to tell employees how to allocate their savings dollars, according to a survey from PSCA.
Rethinking HSAs
With the high cost of health care, employees are using HSAs as spending, not savings, vehicles, and if more people had access to them, it might help with America’s health care crisis.
Popular Reads
Federal Student Loan Forbearance Is Ending, but Many Employees Aren’t Prepared
Experts say employers have an opportunity to help with the financial burdens their workers face as they prepare to start paying their debt off again.
IRS Announces 2022 Retirement Plan Contribution and Benefit Limits
Most defined contribution plan participants can defer up to $20,500 to plans in 2022.
To Attract and Retain
A strong retirement plan is key in a competitive employment environment.
Data and Research
Older Generations More Frequently Seeking Financial Wellness Help
Research shows people of all ages are increasingly turning to financial planners and advisers for help with overall financial wellness as well as retirement planning.
Alight Ordered to Comply With DOL Subpoena Related to Cybersecurity Incidents
A Department of Labor investigation was prompted, in part, by its discovery that Alight had processed unauthorized distributions from retirement plan participant accounts.
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