Invest your HSA your way

Investing your health savings account (HSA) money for potential tax-free growth can be a great way to take the sting out of future health care costs.


Which HSA fits your investing style?

Decide if you want to manage your investments, or if you'd like us to do it.



Fidelity HSA®

(self-directed)

 


Fidelity Go® HSA

(managed account)

Investing


 
  • We choose and manage your investments for you, taking into account your goals and risk tolerance.
  • Your money is invested in Fidelity Flex® mutual funds which do not charge management fees or, with limited exceptions, fund expenses.
  • We'll watch your account and the markets, making trades to help keep your strategy on track.
  • This account is intended for investing for 3 years or longer.

Minimums and fees


  • No account fees and no minimum to open an account.1
  • Commission-free trades: $03 for online US stock and ETF trades.
  • Depending on which investments you choose, there may be underlying fees.
 
  • No minimum to open an account.2
  • Under $10,000: $0
    $10,000–$49,999: $3 per month
    $50,000 and above: 0.35% per year
  • No additional underlying fees for investments (invests in Fidelity Flex® mutual funds which do not charge management fees or, with limited exceptions, fund expenses)

Contributing


 

Spending


  • You can withdraw your money at any time, but it may take up to 3 days if you have to sell investments.
  • Spend from your HSA in multiple ways—use your Fidelity HSA ® debit card or Fidelity BillPay ® to pay for eligible medical expenses.
  • Reimburse yourself for eligible medical expenses that you paid for out of pocket.


 
  • You can withdraw your money at any time, but it may take up to 10 days to receive it because the account is fully invested and we'll need to sell the securities for you. You can request a check, EFT, or transfer funds to another account.
  • Reimburse yourself for eligible medical expenses that you paid for out of pocket.
  • If you also have a Fidelity HSA, you can transfer money from your Fidelity Go HSA to your Fidelity HSA to pay eligible medical expenses using your Fidelity HSA debit card.


You may choose to open both a self-directed Fidelity HSA® and a Fidelity Go® HSA, but you'll need to open them both separately.

Doing it yourself? Here are some easy ways to begin investing

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Fidelity HSA® Funds to Consider
A list of professionally chosen funds for HSA investing, these feature waived investment minimums and no transaction fees.


See the fund lineup

Fidelity Health Savings Funds
A diversified single-fund solution, they're designed to balance growth and risk through different market environments.


Learn about the funds

How to plan for rising health care costs
According to the Fidelity Retiree Health Care Cost Estimate, an average retired couple age 65 in 2021 may need approximately $300,000 saved (after tax) to cover health care expenses in retirement.4 Investing your HSA can help.


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