Providing you with financial comfort in your time of need.

Cover future care

Funds can be used for doctor, dental, and vision care - and more.

Earn competitive interest

That's more money to help your loved ones get - and stay - healthy.

Enjoy tax benefits

You decide when to use the funds or when to save them for future qualified medical expenses.

Your savings can provide head-to-toe care, with funds available for check-ups, prescription medication, hospital costs, and treatment for chronic conditions.

To your health! Fox wishes you and your family a lifetime free of serious illness and injury. But the fact is, these things can happen and there's first-class treatment out there - if you can afford it. With an HSA, you make the most of every dollar with an account that provides interest earnings1, tax benefits2, and plenty of peace of mind.

  • Designed for those with high-deductible health care plans (To find out if your insurance plan qualifies, check with your insurance agent)
  • In 2024, contribute up to $4,150 annually for individual coverage and $8,300 for family coverage (Additional $1,000 for those 55 and older)
  • $25 account set-up fee, but no monthly fee
  • No end-of-year deadline to use funds -  balances carries over from year to year
  • Free debit card makes it easy to make medical payments
  • Manage your account through our mobile and online banking services
  • To learn more, please see our 2024 HSA Information Guide

Eligibility requirements  

  • You have no other health coverage plan except what is permitted under other health coverage, by irs.gov
  • You aren’t enrolled in Medicare
  • You can’t be claimed as a dependent on another person’s tax return
  • You are covered under a high deductible health care plan (HDHP)

Run the Numbers

Checking made easy

Simplify money management with flexible checking features that fit your lifestyle.

1

$100 minimum deposit required to earn dividends. Tiered rates based on balances.

2

Fox Communities Credit Union does not provide tax advice; consult a tax professional for additional information.