Why I Was Wrong About HRAs & HSAs

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By Zack Pace, SVP, Benefits Consulting

HRA-HSA-InfographicMy favorite Washington Post columnist closed a recent article by asking, “What mistakes did you make last year?” What came to mind was the mistake I made a decade ago regarding Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRAs) and Health Savings Accounts (HSAs). This essay, published on LinkedIn, provides a brief HRA/HSA history lesson, explains why I was wrong, and considers what employers should do in 2014. My collection of LinkedIn essays is located here.

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Zack Pace, SVP, Benefits Consulting at CBIZ Inc., and his team design, implement, and manage benefits packages that are highly effective at empowering clients to attract and retain the top talent needed in order to outperform competitors, while ensuring that the cost of the overall benefits program and its components are cost-effective.
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