Anybody using Bancorp as their HSA administrator?

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Anybody using Bancorp as their HSA administrator?

Post by whitecliff » Wed Jan 20, 2016 4:05 pm

I have been doing some research about using my HSA as a purely investing vehicle/ stealth IRA and looking for an administrator. Most have been using health saving administrators or HSA bank but all the fees are higher than Bancorp. All the fees I can see on them is 5.99 to purchase their list of funds which does include most of the fidelity index funds and thats it if you keep more than 2500 in the account. Their is an inactivity fee unless you make one purchase a year, which I will to fund it and thats it. Anybody else have any experience with them, seems like the company to go with. Thanks

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Re: Anybody using Bancorp as their HSA administrator?

Post by LadyGeek » Wed Jan 20, 2016 4:10 pm

This thread is now in the Personal Finance (Not Investing) forum (HSA administrator).

The wiki has a short list: HSA custodians and options (This is not a recommendation, just what members have found so far.)
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