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5. Estimate based on a hypothetical opposite-sex couple retiring in 2022, 65-years-old, with life expectancies that align with Society of Actuaries' RP-2014 Healthy Annuitant rates projected with Mortality Improvements Scale MP-2020 as of 2022. Actual assets needed may be more or less depending on actual health status, area of residence, and longevity. Estimate is net o f taxes. The Fidelity Retiree Health Care Cost Estimate assumes individuals do not have employer-provided retiree health care coverage, but do qualify for the federal government’s insurance program, Original Medicare. The calculation takes into account cost-sharing provisions (such as deductibles and coinsurance) associated with Medicare Part A and Part B (inpatient and outpatient medical insurance). It also considers Medicare Part D (prescription drug coverage) premiums and out-of-pocket costs, as well as certain services excluded by Original Medicare. The estimate does not include other health-related expenses, such as over-the-counter medications, most dental services and long-term care.
6. This hypothetical scenario assumes the following: The household contributes up to the HSA family limit each year at the beginning of the year for 30 years, the IRS will increase contribution limits over time to index to inflation and that the earnings are compounded annually, the account is invested with a 7% rate of return, and the family withdraws 50% of contributions each year.
7. Any withdrawals for non-qualified medical expenses are subject to federal and state taxation. Non-qualified withdrawals before age 65 may be subject to an additional 20% penalty.
8. Investor’s Business Daily® (IBD), February 2021: Best Health Savings Account Providers. Editors identified twelve best HSAs based on account features, customer reviews, benefit consultants' input, and Morningstar fund ratings.
9. Morningstar rated 11 retail HSA providers for two distinct use cases: HSAs as a spending account to cover current medical costs, and HSAs as an investment account to save for future medical expenses. Results published in "2019 Health Savings Account Landscape", "2020 Health Savings Account Landscape", and "2021 Health Savings Account Landscape". These ratings are applicable to the Fidelity HSA® only.
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