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Who Maxes Out on Health Savings Accounts?
Debt of the Elderly and Near Elderly, 1992-2013
Latest update from the EBRI/ICI 401(k) database
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A fresh perspective on EBRI research, as well as the trends and factors shaping employee benefits.
EBRI Notes – January 2015
“Maximizing Contributions to an HSA: Findings from the EBRI HSA Database,” and “Debt of the Elderly and Near Elderly, 1992–2013”
HSAs: Who contributes the maximum amount to their health savings accounts (HSAs)? New research by EBRI finds that about 15 percent of HSA owners contributed the maximum amount possible in 2013. Press release.
Debt: A larger share of older American families had debt in 2013, and those with debt loads that are considered problematic also increased, according to a new report from EBRI. Press release.
EBRI Press Release – January 26, 2015
EBRI Issue Brief – January 2015
Health Savings Accounts and Health Reimbursement Arrangements: Assets, Account Balances, and Rollovers, 2006–2014
A crucial factor in the amount of money in individual health accounts is whether the employer contributes to it—whether a little or a lot, according to new findings by EBRI. Press release.
EBRI Issue Brief – December 2014
The evolution of 401(k) plan designs has resulted in a significant increase in the use of balanced funds, including target-date funds, by recently hired 401(k) plan participants in 2013 compared with recently hired participants 15 years ago, according to a newly updated annual report by EBRI and ICI. Press release.
- 401(k) Valuations Published: January 5, 2015 401(k) Balances and Changes Due to Market Volatility
- Data Book Last Updated: February 2013 A comprehensive collection of the most up-to-date benefit information available