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Just What The Doctor Ordered: Is It Time For Your Bank To Start Offering A Health Savings Account (Hsa)? Here's What You Need To Know About This New Product, Rachel Juhas Suddarth Jan 2006

Just What The Doctor Ordered: Is It Time For Your Bank To Start Offering A Health Savings Account (Hsa)? Here's What You Need To Know About This New Product, Rachel Juhas Suddarth

Law Faculty Publications

In recent years. The ever-increasing cost of health insurance has left many consumers and employers desperate for lower-cost coverage options. As a result, employers are moving away from expensive defined-benefit plans to alternatives that offer higher deductibles in exchange for a reduction in premium costs. The health savings account (HSA) grew out of this quest for choice. The HSA was designed as a tax-efficient way for consumers with high-deductible plans to pay for health costs accrued before the insurance kicked in. These high-deductible plans are touted as being more affordable for both employers and consumers as well as for having ...


Recent Legislation, J. Rodney Johnson Jan 1972

Recent Legislation, J. Rodney Johnson

University of Richmond Law Review

The 1972 session of the General Assembly was especially active in the areas of wills, trusts, and estates. Much of this legislation deals with fine points not affecting the average lawyer in his practice. However, the following items of legislation should be of general interest to the attorney whose practice involves probate work or estate planning, even though he does not hold himself out as a specialist in these areas.


Recent Legislation Jan 1970

Recent Legislation

University of Richmond Law Review

This is a list of the recent legislation from 1970.