- posted 9 years ago
I have an HSA, the bulk of which consists of contributions from my employer (pre-tax, I believe). My plan has been not to spend this money if I can help it, and wait to use it until I am retired. Sort of like a retirement health savings account, you might say. Here's my question:
I've heard that the new Health Care Reform package adds new taxes associated with HSAs (I think I heard something about 10-15%). Problem is, I've been unable to find out specifically what these taxes consist of or how they work. I did see something about not being able to use the money for over the counter things like aspirin or bandaids anymore. Does anyone know how the new Health Care Reform affects HSAs?