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Health Administration | Employer Solutions
To better wellbeing
Solutions to help employees and employers choose, use and manage their health benefits.
Wealth Administration | Employer Solutions
To build a future
Solutions to help employees and employers choose, use and manage their wealth benefits.
Payroll Administration | Employer Solutions
To keep spend in shape
Solutions to administer, optimize and scale your payroll.
Engagement and Communications | Employer Solutions
To spark interest
Solutions to create a more memorable employee experience.
HCM and Financial Management | Professional Services
To keep things running smoothly
Solutions to better manage your workforce from the cloud.
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The Advantages for Health Saving Accounts (HSAs): Employees find balance between health and wealth
The Advantages fo Health Saving Accounts (HSAs): Employees find balance between health and wealth
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Our 2019 Health and Financial Wellbeing Mindset study examines employee wellbeing across five different dimensions and reveals startling findings—wellbeing is getting worse, not better.
Below we’ve highlighted some of the challenges that employees are facing when it comes to healthcare costs and their financial wellbeing. Download the full report below to learn what other factors play a role in employee wellbeing, where trending inadequacies ensue, and how employers can improve their overall employee wellbeing outlook.
2 out of 5 are saving nothing for healthcare expenses not covered by insurance
41% have reduced or stopped saving for the future (for retirement or other goals) to pay for healthcare costs
37% have not gotten care for themselves or another family member because they could not come up with the out-of-pocket costs required to pay for the care
36% have stopped taking or taken less medication (either less frequently or fewer in number), or delayed filling a prescription to save money
36% have declined other types of insurance or benefits, like dental or vision, to be able to pay for health insurance
save the maximum amount allowed in the HSA and retirement savings plans
figure out how much they need and put some in each accordingly
figure out what they can afford and put some in each accordingly
don’t really have a specific or regular plan and decide as they go along
41% of established Millennials say they figure out what they can afford and put some in both accounts
Gen Xers most often figure out what they can afford (30%) or save the maximum amount allowed in both accounts (30%)