|Health Care Savings Program
Nov 15, 2007
The Health Care Savings program approved by IRS allows money to be set aside by employees for medical use (ins, meds, premiums etc.).
I am a union executive and was asked the question if this would be adverse to receiving SSI should that need arise after severing employment, when a person has funds in this medical set-aside. Any idea?
| Response from Ms. Franzoi
Having an HSA has no impact on eligiblity for SSI.
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