Can any South Carolina high-deductible health insurance policy qualify for an HSA?
Any South Carolina high-deductible health insurance policy can qualify, as long as it meets the IRS requirements. As of 2009, the deductible minimum must be $1,150 for individuals or $2,300 for families, and the maximum annual out-of-pocket expenses cannot exceed $5,800 for an individual or $11,600 for a family, including the deductible and co-payments (but not premiums). South Carolina Individuals can buy high-deductible policies on their own or through their employers. How and where can I open a South Carolina health savings account? It depends on if you’re buying coverage on your own or getting it through your employer. On your own. You can find a list of South Carolina health insurance companies offering HSA-eligible plans by clicking here to start your quote. You can compare several companies in South Carolina through our quoting software or feel free to contact us anytime. The list of companies offering HSA-eligible plans continues to grow every month. Through your employer. If y
- I am married to another Nassau County employee and we do not have any children. Can we get two individual health insurance policies instead of one family policy?
- Can any South Carolina high-deductible health insurance policy qualify for an HSA?
- Can any high-deductible health insurance policy qualify for an HSA?