About the Podcast
As a new presidential administration begins to make its mark on history, one of the key items facing Americans is cost of health care throughout their lifetimes. It affects the millennial who is transitioning from their parents’ policy and beginning to raise a family. It affects the Gen Xer who is in the middle of their career, raising their children and saving for career or tech school, or possibly transitioning into a role of taking care of mom or dad. It affects the baby boomer who is approaching or in retirement and trying to balance Medicare and other care expenses without the employer medical plan behind them.
As credit unions seek to retain members and attract new ones, the health savings account can be a key outreach tool by providing education regarding its value at all life stages and the tools to allow those saved dollars to work for all generations.
Join Paul Timm, Vice President of NAFCU Services, as he sits down with Steve Christenson, executive vice president at Ascensus, to discuss how Health Savings Accounts can be a key outreach tool for credit unions by educating members on the value of HSAs at all life stages, including the tools that can benefit all generations.
Listen to the second installment of this series here: Using HSAs To Attract New Members - Part 2
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