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HSAs Will be Big in Trump Era

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by Shelby George

Although the American Health Care Act’s defeat has led to uncertainty on the specifics of healthcare reform, there is relative consensus in one area: the use of health savings accounts. House Republican leaders and the White House have already restarted their efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act. Republicans know any transformation will need to come relatively soon as insurers begin to develop health plan packages for 2018. What changes are on the horizon, and how can you help clients fund healthcare needs?

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