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Health Savings Accounts (HSA) & Healthcare Financial Products - A Health Savings Account (HSA) through Optum can help you save and pay for health care expenses, tax-free. Health reimbursement accounts (HRA) and flexible spending accounts (FSA) are also great healthcare financial options.

  • https://www.optumbank.com/about-optum-bank.html About Optum Bank - Optum Bank, Member FDIC, with more than $2 billion in assets, is dedicated to providing products and services that help make the health care system work better for everyone.
  • https://www.optumbank.com/about-optum-bank/about-fdic-membership.html FDIC Membership for Optum Bank - Optum Bank is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp (FDIC) in order to keep the funds in your HSA deposit account safe.
  • https://www.optumbank.com/about-optum-bank/news-updates.html News & Updates from Optum Bank - Read recent news and updates from Optum Bank and the health care banking industry.
  • https://www.optumbank.com/about-optum-bank/health-savings-news.html Health Savings News - Find important information and tips for making the most of your HSA in Health Savings News, our newsletter for Optum Bank health savings account holders.
  • https://www.optumbank.com/product-services.html Health Care Financial Products - Optum Bank provides products and services, including health savings accounts (HSAs), flexible spending accounts (FSAs) and heath reimbursement accounts (HRAs), to help individuals save and pay for health care.
  • https://www.optumbank.com/product-services/health-savings-accounts.html Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) - An HSA, when paired with a qualified high-deductible health plan, allows consumers to contribute pre-tax dollars to pay for current medical expenses, save for future medical expenses and grow their retirement savings.
  • https://www.optumbank.com/product-services/health-savings-accounts/how-hsas-work.html How Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) Work - The details of how a health savings account (HSA) works and the benefits it can provide can be explained with four simple words: deposit, grow, save and pay.
  • https://www.optumbank.com/product-services/health-savings-accounts/managing-an-hsa.html Managing an HSA - To best manage your health savings account (HSA), there are a few things to keep in mind, including making a savings plan, reporting to the IRS, designating a beneficiary, and tracking your account.
  • https://www.optumbank.com/product-services/health-savings-accounts/paying-with-an-hsa.html Paying with an HSA - If you have a health savings account (HSA), there are several options you can use to pay for qualified medical expenses, including online bill payment, reimbursement, and debit cards.
  • https://www.optumbank.com/product-services/hsa-investment-services.html HSA Investment Services - HSA account holders who have met a designated balance may choose to potentially grow their savings for future health care costs by investing some money in mutual funds.
  • https://www.optumbank.com/product-services/flexible-spending-accounts.html Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) - Flexible spending accounts (FSAs) offer employees a way to budget and pay for medical and dependent care expenses, while reducing an employer’s payroll tax burden
  • https://www.optumbank.com/product-services/flexible-spending-accounts/dependent-care-expenses.html Qualified Dependent Care Expenses for FSAs - A dependent care flexible spending account (FSA) covers qualified day care expenses for children younger than age 13 and adult dependents who are incapable of caring for themselves.
  • https://www.optumbank.com/product-services/flexible-spending-accounts/medical-expenses.html Qualified Medical Expenses for FSAs - A flexible spending account (FSA) can be used to pay for qualified medical expenses, as defined by the Internal Revenue Service.
  • https://www.optumbank.com/product-services/health-reimbursement-accounts.html Health Reimbursement Accounts (HRA) - Health reimbursement accounts (HRAs) help employers offset their employees’ health care costs by giving employees money to spend on out-of-pocket medical expenses, tax-free.
  • https://www.optumbank.com/individuals-families.html Health Savings Accounts for Individuals & Families - Learn how health savings accounts (HSAs), flexible spending accounts (FSAs) or health reimbursement accounts (HRAs), can help you and your family save and pay for health care expenses.
  • https://www.optumbank.com/individuals-families/top-5-reasons-to-use-an-hsa.html Top 5 Reasons to Use an HSA - There are many benefits to opening and using a health savings account (HSA). Here are the top five reasons we think you should consider it.
  • https://www.optumbank.com/individuals-families/hsa-101-videos.html HSA 101 Videos - Watch our 2-minute videos for answers to common questions about health savings accounts (HSAs).
  • https://www.optumbank.com/individuals-families/how-to-invest-with-hsas.html HSA Investments - Once your HSA reaches a certain designated balance, you may invest a portion of your HSA dollars in mutual funds.
  • https://www.optumbank.com/individuals-families/how-to-invest-with-hsas/mutual-funds.html Health Savings Account (HSA) Mutual Funds - Find out which mutual funds are available as investment options as part of your Optum Bank HSA, as well as the investment performance for each fund.
  • https://www.optumbank.com/individuals-families/how-to-invest-with-hsas/investment-disclosures.html Investment Disclosures for Optum Bank HSAs - Account holders who are eligible to invest some of their HSA balance will be asked to read and agree to the Electronic Consent Agreement and Trade Confirmation Waiver below.
  • https://www.optumbank.com/individuals-families/hsa-eligibility.html HSA Eligibility - There are certain requirements you need to meet in order to be eligible to open a health savings account (HSA). Learn what they are from Optum Bank.
  • https://www.optumbank.com/individuals-families/qualified-medical-expenses.html HSA Qualified Medical Expenses - You can use your HSA, HRA and/or FSA to pay for medical and dental expenses that qualify as “qualified medical expenses” under Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Code, Section 213(d).
  • https://www.optumbank.com/individuals-families/health-account-comparison.html HSA, FSA & HRA Comparison - Compare the similarities and differences between a health savings account (HSA), a flexible spending account (FSA) and a health reimbursement account (HRA).
  • https://www.optumbank.com/individuals-families/financial-forums-hsa-webinars.html Webinars About HSAs - Get the inside scoop on why a health savings account (HSA) may be among the smartest options for saving and paying for qualified medical expenses.
  • https://www.optumbank.com/employers.html Health Financial Products for Employers - Optum Bank specializes in helping employers – and their brokers and benefits consultants – provide cost-effective health care options for employees and retirees.
  • https://www.optumbank.com/employers/health-advantage-account-suite.html Health Advantage Account (HSA, HRA, FSA, RRA) for Employers - Optum was among the first to offer combinations of HSA, HRA, FSA and RRA accounts. Today, we make it easy to bring multiple accounts together into one easy-to-use offering with our Health Advantage Account Suite.
  • https://www.optumbank.com/employers/health-savings-accounts.html Health Savings Accounts (HSA) for Employers - An Optum health savings account (HSA) provides employees with a tax-advantaged way to save and pay for qualified health care expenses now and into retirement.
  • https://www.optumbank.com/employers/flexible-spending-accounts.html Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) for Employer - A flexible spending account (FSA) is a tax-advantaged account that can be used toward qualified health care or dependent care expenses.
  • https://www.optumbank.com/employers/health-reimbursement-accounts.html Health Reimbursement Accounts (HRA) for Employers - A health reimbursement arrangement (HRA) allows you to reimburse employees for expenses not paid for by insurance, such as deductibles and coinsurance.

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    My son received this for his 6th birthday. He had received a similar toy from a different manufacturer in the past and had enjoyed that and worked at it for over a month on and off. This project was much quicker to "excavate". He had a lot of fun with it but he had all the pieces removed within an hour or two. Not wanting the mess from the block in my house I had him work on it outside, it can be quite messy although was not half as bad as the one from the other manufacturer that he had used prior. My son was quite excited with the T-Rex skeleton that he found. The pieces go together quite easily. It was not something that kept well though as he wanted to play with it in his dinosaur playset and he kept breaking it apart with the pieces eventually becoming lost to the place where lost toy pieces go. I must say that several months after it was purchased his grandmother found the exact same item at a local store for only $10, which I would say is a better price. She did buy him another one which we will save until the weather becomes nice again and we can get back outside to use it. Gotta love winter in the Northeast!!

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