Healthcare Spending Accounts (HSA) for Individual Business Owners
If you own your own business and your family has medical and dental expenses, pay for those expenses in the most tax-effective way possible: with a Heath Care Spending Account (HSA).
HSA’s have the broadest definition of eligible expenses of any benefits plan in Canada and are reimbursed at 100%. This allows you to pay for the claims as fully deductible business expenses rather than out-of-pocket after-tax costs. As a business owner you want to make sure these expenses are paid using pre-tax dollars while protecting yourself and your family against the risk of catastrophic medical expenses.
Protects you and your family
Benefits of HSA's
Frequently Asked Questions
As the business owner, you may choose to carry the balance forward, meaning excess funds simply roll over into the following year. However, if you still have unspent funds from year one at the end of year two, the remaining carry forward amount is returned to the company. With traditional insurance plans, unspent funds go into the pocket of the insurance company.
A HSA allows you to pay for your medical and dental expenses in the most tax effective way possible.
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