What happens to an individual's HSA if they become disabled?

If an individual becomes disabled and enrolls in Medicare, contributions to an HSA must stop as of the first of the month in which the individual enrolled. However, an individual can use HSA funds to pay Medicare Part A, B, C or D premiums. Payment of these Medicare premiums is considered to be a qualified medical expense.

Introducing UMB HSA Saver

UMB HSA Saver is a unique investment platform designed with ease in mind. Account holders can easily research, buy and sell funds with a couple clicks.

How to Use ReceiptVault

HSAs are available to help pay for current qualified medical expenses as well as to save for future expenses, all in a tax-exempt account.

HSA FAQ Resource

Find answers to your most common HSA questions in our comprehensive HSA FAQs section.