So is there any reason make funding an IRA a priority over funding an HSA? Funding both is best, if one can afford to. But if you can only afford, say $4000 per year, which should you fund?I clearly have not read enough about the HSA because wasn't the MSA an account that had to be used by year-end or the money was lost forever? Did they change that aspect with the HSA?I would have to assume they have otherwise that would make this plan very unattractive. Unless of course you will have that many medical related expenses each year.Clearly I need to do some reading on the HSA.dt
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