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PODCAST: Health Savings Accounts: How They Work and Are They Right for You
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PODCAST: Health Savings Accounts: How They Work and Are They Right for You

Many individuals may not realize how health savings accounts (HSAs) work, and how they can be powerful savings tools, even into retirement. Our Kevin Murphy, Head of Strategic Accounts, Defined Contribution Investment Only Division – US, sits down with Jamie Greenleaf, lead advisor and principal with Cafaro Greenleaf, in our latest Talking Markets podcast to discuss the ins and outs of HSAs.

Many Americans Unprepared for the Cost of Health Care in Retirement
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Many Americans Unprepared for the Cost of Health Care in Retirement

The rising cost of health care has been a political hot button issue for years, and Franklin Templeton’s 2019 “Retirement Income Strategies and Expectations (RISE)” survey revealed it remains a top concern today. Franklin Templeton Defined Contribution Head of Strategic Accounts Kevin Murphy and Michael Doshier, vice president, Retirement Marketing, offer some highlights from the survey and stress the importance of saving enough to meet future health care needs in retirement.

Health Savings Accounts: The Intersection of Retirement and Health Care
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Health Savings Accounts: The Intersection of Retirement and Health Care

The increasing costs of health insurance borne by employees and employers alike has spawned a variety of plans and strategies to help manage the expenses. Among these are health savings accounts (HSAs), which first came onto the scene in 2003. HSAs allow individuals who are covered by high-deductible health plans to receive tax-preferred treatment of money they have saved for medical expenses. Kevin Murphy, national retirement plan strategist, explains the benefits of HSAs, and how they can even help build your retirement savings.