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Can I Use My HSA Funds to Pay for Medicare Part A or Part B Premiums When I Turn 65? Do I Need to Wait Until My Spouse is Also 65?

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    JCin MI

    You made a mistake in the article above.  You state that "For those over age 65, you can use your HSA to pay for: Medicare HMO, Medicare Advantage, or Medigap plan premiums".

    You also state "However, although you can use your HSA to pay for Medicare Advantage plans, you CANNOT use your HSA to pay for Medicare Supplement Plan premiums".

    It turns out that Medigap Plans and Medicare Supplement Plans are the same thing and you CANNOT pay for either one using your HSA. 

    Since these plans are the same your statement "For those over age 65, you can use your HSA to pay for: Medicare HMO, Medicare Advantage, or Medigap plan premiums" is not correct.  You need to remove the Medigap plan reference from this statement.

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    Ryan Kennelly

    Great catch, thank you for letting us know!  the article has been corrected. 

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