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Frequently Asked Questions

Business Health Savings Account Accounts

  • ​You can spend your HSA money tax-free, on out-of-pocket qualified medical expenses. These include co-payments for medical care, prescription drugs, medical bills not covered by insurance and more. The IRS determines what is considered a “qualified medical expense”. You can review the most updated list at IRS Publication 502.

  • ​Visit the IRS website for the most current information on annual HSA contribution limits. Once you reach age 55, you can make an additional “catch-up” contribution each year until you enroll in Medicare. However, once enrolled, you are no longer eligible to make contributions to your HSA.

  • ​To open an HSA you must have a high deductible health plan (HDHP). Check with your insurance carrier or employer to see if you qualify for an HDHP. In addition;

    • No other health coverage except what is permitted by IRS Publication 969
    • You cannot be enrolled in Medicare
    • You cannot be claimed as a dependent on someone else’s tax return

Certificates Personal Banking

  • ​When your certificate matures and your term is up, you’ll have a chance to withdraw your money. If you don’t withdraw, we’ll roll over your money into a new certificate with a term that matches your old one.

  • ​For our Smart Growth Certificate, we have terms up to 84 months. For our traditional Certificate, terms go up to 72 months.

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Health Savings Account Personal Banking

  • ​You must have a high deductible health plan (HDHP) to open an HSA. Check with your insurance carrier or employer to see if you qualify for an HDHP. In addition;

    • No other health coverage except what is permitted by IRS Publication 969
    • Cannot be enrolled in Medicare
    • Cannot be claimed as a dependent on someone else’s tax return

    If you meet all the above criteria, you can apply for one of our HSAs right here online.

Holiday Savings Personal Banking

  • We’ll send the money you’ve saved back to your Money Market or Checking Account each year on November 1st.

  • No

Individual Retirement Account Personal Banking

  • ​There is no minimum balance required for our IRA savings accounts. For our IRA certificates, the minimum balance is $500 for a share certificate, and $100 for a Smart Growth certificate.

  • ​A certificate is an option you can use with either a Roth or Traditional IRA, in order to save more money. It is an investment account, similar to a CD from a bank, that allows you to save more by leaving your money untouched.

  • With a Traditional IRA, your contributions are tax-deductible (on state and federal tax returns) for the year you make the contribution. When you make withdrawals in retirement, you’ll be taxed. Roth IRAs do not offer a tax break for contributions, but your earnings and withdrawals during retirement are typically tax-free.

  • ​As of 2018, the maximum contribution is $5,500 for those under 50, and $6,500 for those 60 or older.

Visa Credit Cards Personal Banking

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