Is money “safe” in the UMB HSA?
The money in a UMB HSA Deposit Account is FDIC insured*. Once an individual account holder has $1,000 saved in the HSA they have the opportunity to make additional investments that carry with them various levels of risk and reward similar to investing in a retirement savings plan1.
*Funds held in the HSA Deposit Account are FDIC insured to the maximum amount permitted by law.
1Investments you make through your HSA are not FDIC-insured. UMB Investment Management selects mutual funds in various asset classes for inclusion in the UMB HSA Saver® Investment Program. UMB Investment Management is a department of UMB Bank, n.a. UMB Bank, n.a. is a wholly owned subsidiary of UMB Financial Corporation. UMB Custody Services provides safekeeping and settlement of the mutual fund investments in the UMB HSA Saver investment program. UMB Custody Services is a division of UMB Bank, n.a.
Investments in securities through UMB HSA Saver are:
Not FDIC-Insured • May Lose Value • No Bank Guarantee
Introducing UMB HSA Saver
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HSA FAQ Resource
Find answers to your most common HSA questions in our comprehensive HSA FAQs section.