Frequently Asked Questions
First of all, we know healthcare and health insurance is complicated. Whether you are an individual user, an employer or a provider, there are lots of questions that either have hard to find answers or have complicated answers. At uMedMarket, we aim to simplify the system and make is as clear and understandable as we can. Therefore, we’ve put together a list of common questions and their answers for the self employed, company employed, and providers of Greenville, Anderson, Seneca, Spartanburg and Simpsonville. And if you still have questions, let us know
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An HSA is a tax free savings account that allows you to set aside pretax money to cover health care not covered by your insurance. To be eligible for an HSA in 2020, you must have a qualifying, high-deductible health plan (HDHP) with an annual deductible of at least $1,400 for an individual or $2,800 for a family. You can’t contribute to an HSA if you’re enrolled in Medicare or a dependent listed on someone else’s tax return.