Financial Update on Consumer Driven Healthcare for 2017

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HSA-HDHPs Minimums / Maximums for 2017

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  1. HSA-Qualified High-Deductible Health Plan Enrollment
    [March 2005 to January 2016]

    1. March 2005 – 1,031,000
    2. January 2006 – 3,168,000
    3. January 2007 – 4,532,000
    4. January 2008 – 6,118,000
    5. January 2009 – 8,013,000
    6. January 2010 – 10,009,000
    7. January 2011 – 11,437,165
    8. January 2012 – 13,502,075
    9. January 2013 – 15,455,075
    10. January 2014 – 17,368,764
    11. January 2015 – 19,697,275
    12. January 2016 – 20,164,930

    Source: AHIP

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  2. HSA/HDHP Enrollee Distribution by Age Group

    1. Age 0-17 21%
    2. Age 18-24 11%
    3. Age 25-44 30%
    4. Age 45-64 35%
    5. Age 65+ 3%​

    Source: AHIP

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  3. Fiduciary Reforms Will Impact Expanding HSA Market

    The DOL fiduciary rule expansion establishes ERISA fair dealing requirements in the sale and service of health savings accounts; employers have a lot of questions about what this means.

    http://the401kstudygroup.vestorly.com/posts/hammond-2-fiduciary-reforms-will-impact-expanding-hsa-market-1?newsletter_id=594e626513cc400003c82642&parentEventId=594e626513cc400003c82643&source=newsletter

    Roland

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