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Subject:  Re: Work Offering HSA Date:  10/16/2012  12:42 PM
Author:  JAFO31 Number:  116801 of 127617

bookie71: "On most you get the full amount if your expense is in the first month, if you are putting in 100 per month and have a bill of 1200 the first month, the HSA will pay the bill AND you will continue to contribute the 100 per month.

If you terminate employment early, you don't have to repay the difference."

That is how I understand FSA - a flexible spending account - to work. But that does not match my understanding for an HSA.

Regards, JAFO
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