Dedicated health savings funds
To help you be better prepared for future medical expenses you have a choice of funds to invest your health savings account (HSA), including 2 new funds dedicated to HSA investing.
Investing with your HSA
HSAs not only offer tax benefits when you make your contributions, they also have the potential to grow tax-free when invested, helping you build savings for future health care expenses.
2 dedicated HSA funds
Fidelity understands that saving for medical expenses is different than other savings goals. It's hard to predict whether you'll need the money soon or in retirement. So, our investment team has created 2 health savings funds specifically for HSA investing.
Makes investing easier
Helps take the guesswork out of choosing and managing your savings by providing you with a diversified portfolio to save for health care expenses.
Balances growth while seeking to minimize risk
Seeks to strike the right balance to address the uncertain time horizon of future medical expenses to help you save through different market environments.
Makes savings work harder
Offers greater growth potential than cash with a blended fund or an all-index fund created to provide choice, innovation, and value to help you pay for future health care costs.
Fidelity® Health Savings Fund (FHLKX)
Invests in a mix of active and index funds.
Fidelity® Health Savings Index Fund NEW (FHSNX)
Invests in index funds only
View all Fidelity HSA investment options
Your HSA investing options include more than 10,000 mutual funds, individual stocks, bonds, Treasuries, CDs, and exchange-traded funds (ETFs).
How can investing impact your HSA?
Investing $3,000 of unused HSA money per year for 20 years, for example, can help take the sting out of health care costs in retirement.
To find out more about HSA investing, return to your NetBenefits® HSA investingLog In Required page.
Questions? Call a Fidelity HSA service specialist at 866-402-7621.
Past performance is no guarantee of future results.
Investing involves risk, including risk of loss.