“We feel the election outcome certainly seems to lean more favorably toward HSAs, however, it may take time for that to play out,” said Jon Robb, senior vice president of research and technology at HSA consulting firm Devenir.
Americans had opened 18.2 million HSAs as of June 30, up 25 percent from a year earlier, according to Devenir. Assets had grown to an estimated $34.7 billion by June, up 22 percent year over year.
CNBC: Health Savings Accounts May Flourish Under Trump
- November 16, 2016
- In the News