Health Savings Account Rates
|BALANCE||DIVIDEND RATE||ANNUAL PERCENTAGE YIELD||MINIMUM OPENING BALANCE||MINIMUM BALANCE TO EARN DIVIDENDS|
|$0 - $499.99||No dividends paid||No dividends paid||$100 for all IRA types. No minimum to open HSA||$500 for all types|
|$500 - $9,999||0.15%||0.15%|
|$10,000 - $49,999||0.20%||0.20%|
|$50,000 - $99,999||0.25%||0.25%|
Dividends compounded monthly | Dividends credited monthly | Dividend Period is monthly | Balance Method is daily
HDHP & Contribution Limits
HDHP & Contribution Limits
Before you launch your HSA, take a look at your health insurance coverage. To contribute, you must be covered under an HSA-eligible high deductible health plan (HDHP). An HDHP generally requires that you pay out of pocket for medical expenses incurred (excluding certain preventive care expenses) until your deductible is met. After that, plan coverage kicks in. An HDHP may be HSA-eligible if it satisfies the IRS’ annual deductible and out-of-pocket expense limits. However, the rules that define an HSA-eligible HDHP can be complicated so check with your insurance provider or employer to see if your health plan is HSA-eligible.
In addition, to have HSA-eligible HDHP coverage, you:
- cannot be covered by another health plan (with limited exceptions)
- you cannot be enrolled in Medicare, and
- cannot be eligible to be claimed as a dependent on another person’s tax return.
HSA eligibility is determined as of the first day of each month. For current HDHP minimum annual deductibles and maximum out of pocket expenses, click here or visit www.irs.gov and view IRS Publication 969.
As long as you don’t go over the limits that apply to your type of insurance coverage, you can contribute as much as you want, as often as you want throughout the year until your tax return due date (generally April 15 of the following year). In addition, anyone can contribute for you, even your employer.
Please remember that limits are subject to annual cost-of-living adjustments.
Truth in Savings & Disclosures
Truth in Savings Account Disclosures
Health Savings Account Agreement
Except as specifically described, the following disclosures apply to all of the accounts.
The Dividend Rate and Annual Percentage Yield on your accounts are set forth above. The Annual Percentage Yield is a percentage rate that reflects the total amount of dividends to be paid on an account based on the dividend rate and the frequency of compounding for an annual period. Dividend Rate and Annual Percentage Yield may change monthly as determined by the Credit Union’s Board of Directors. A withdrawal will reduce earnings.
Nature of Dividends.
Dividends are paid from current income and available earnings after providing for the required reserves. The Dividend Rates and Annual Percentage Yields are the prospective rates and yields that the Credit Union anticipates paying for the applicable dividend period.
Compounding and Crediting.
Dividends will be compounded and credited as set forth above. The Dividend Period for each account is set forth above. The Dividend Period begins on the first calendar day of the Dividend Period and ends on the last calendar day of the Dividend Period.
The minimum balance required to open each account is set forth above. Dividends are Calculated by the Daily Balance method which applies a periodic rate to the balance in the account each day.
Accrual of Dividends.
Dividends will begin to accrue on cash deposits on the business day you make the deposit to your term account. Dividends will begin to accrue on noncash deposits (e.g. checks) on the business day you make the deposit to your account. If you close your account before accrued dividends are credited, accrued but unpaid dividends will be paid on term share certificates; accrued but unpaid dividends for all other accounts will not be paid if you close the account before accrued dividends are credited.
Transaction Limitations except for checking transactions.
During any statement period, you may not make more than six withdrawals or transfers to another credit union account of yours or to a third party by means of a preauthorized or automatic transfer or telephonic order of instruction. No more than three of the six transfers may be made by check, draft, debit card, if applicable, or similar order to a third party. If you exceed the transfer limitations set forth above in any statement period, your account may be subject to closure by the credit union.
- Fees could reduce earnings on the account.