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PreTax Health works with National HealthClaim to combine our HSA with Group Insurance

Recently we have received some inquiries from new customers that are interested in combining our Health Spending Account (HSA) with some form of Group Insurance. While the PreTax Health HSA offers the best flexibility and features to address businesses routine health expenses, sometimes business owners wish to provide owners and employees with coverage for unplanned [...] Read More...

HSA Infographic: 9 things businesses need to know about a Health Spending Account

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Traditional health insurance vs. an HSA for Canadian Small Business

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Should spouse and children be dependents or employees in our Health Spending Account?

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Private Healthcare – Is it the Right Choice and how can a Health Spending Account help?

This article discusses private health care options, how to obtain the right information, and the role of a Health Spending Account in covering private healthcare services. Wait times for elective procedures have increased drastically in the public health care system. As things stand now you may have to wait up to 19 weeks for elective […]

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What does an employer with a Health Spending Account do if an employee leaves the company?

Lauren asked us: “How long do employers leave the health spending account active for an employee who has stopped working for their company? According to the PHSP rules, it is a plan of insurance — the employer is effectively the insurer. Therefore technically (like with any other insurance) when the ‘insurance policy ends’ (i.e., the […]

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Why Most Small Businesses Today are choosing an HSA

A Health Spending Account is one of those unknown secrets that any incorporated small business in Canada should look into. This type of coverage offers better tax benefits than most other plans and there are few restrictions on the health coverage. With traditional health plans you’ll only get out about 70% in actual health benefits […]

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