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The funds that you deposit into and keep in your health savings account is exclusively yours and you are free to withdraw any amount at any time, as long as they are medical-related expenses that are not being covered by your high-deductible individual health insurance policy, or are not being paid by anyone else, such as a relative or employer. For instance, if you are provided with a dental plan that would pay a portion of your procedure costs, then you may pay the remaining amount using funds from your HSA. You are in complete control of your account—it is entirely up to you on how you wish to spend or perhaps invest your money.

The expenses that an HSA will cover may include vision care, dental care, co-insurance, deductibles, and some out-of-pocket medical costs. With a vast and varied range of eligible services, you may even utilise HSA in paying for acupuncture, chiropractor services, or even unconventional medicine. However, as of 2011, individuals are no longer allowed to use tax-exempt money from a health savings account to purchase drugs that have not been officially prescribed by a physician.

For more information on the HSA Guidelines 2018, you can head on over to their official website.

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