Good for you. Good for employees.


Add an attractive offering to your benefits plan by providing your employees with a Health Savings Account (HSA) with tax-free savings to cover their healthcare expenses. They receive convenient access to HSA funds through debit cards and online banking. Contributions to the HSA can be made through direct deposit or check deposit. City Bank handles the tax reporting for participants, so your company needs to invest only minimal administrative time.

The tax-exempt advantage of a Health Savings Account

A Health Savings Account is a tax-exempt account used in conjunction with an HSA-compatible health plan to pay or reimburse qualified medical expenses. This tax-exempt trust or custodial account covers qualified medical expenses for your employees and their eligible family members. Funds contributed to the account are not subject to income tax and may be used to pay for qualified health care anytime, without tax liability.

Account Features

  • Balances automatically roll over from year to year
  • Pay for expenses just as you would from any checking account
  • Contribute up to $3,3501 for individual coverage and $6,7501 for family coverage
  • Absolutely no maintenance fee
  • Individuals age 55 and older can make catch-up contributions of $1,000

HSA Requirements

  • Maximum out-of-pocket expenses for individual is $6,5501
  • Maximum out-of-pocket expenses for family coverage is $13,1001
  • Must have High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) to be eligible for an HSA account
  • Individuals must have a deductible of $1,3001 and families must have a deductible of $2,6001

The money that accumulates in an HSA account belongs to the employee even if they leave your company, so employees can use the money to pay for qualified expenses throughout their life, including retirement.

Get started today!

Learn more about the City Bank HSA and how it can benefit you and your employees by calling City Bank at 1-800-OUR-BANK or fill out the Contact Us form below to apply now.

1Contributions and out of pocket expenses are subject to annual adjustments by the Internal Revenue Service.