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I've had an account with Health Savings Administrators (http://www.hsaadministrators.info/) for a few years now. They use all Vanguard funds, expenses are very low, and the customer service has been great. They're constantly ranked at the top of various lists from Morningstar, Kiplinger's, etc. I've had nothing but good experiences with them.
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If your goal is to use your HSA as a long term investment (vs. for periodically pulling money out to pay medical bills), this choice was the best option the last time I researched it, maybe a year ago. TD Ameritrade has a good selection of no transaction fee ETFs, including many from Vanguard, and the $2.25 monthly HSA Bank fee (which is avoidable by holding $3,000 in cash) is small.68ShelbyGT500KR wrote:HSABank uses TD Ameritrade