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Please post new messages to HSA_insurance Hi, all. Since the HSA_insurance group has been active for a few days, please don't post new messages to this old MSA_insurance group. If there's a message
Jerry Peek
Jan 24, 2004
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astro
Jan 23, 2004
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Re: when is blue cross msa going to hsa? Will depend on where you live and the plan Not all plans with $1000 deductible will qualify. I live in California and all plans I have seen with $1000 do not
Mario Murillo
Jan 22, 2004
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Re: when is blue cross msa going to hsa? What State? ... From: astro [mailto:astro46@...] Sent: Thursday, January 22, 2004 1:58 PM To: MSA_insurance@yahoogroups.com Subject: [MSA_insurance]
Samuel Gilston
Jan 22, 2004
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when is blue cross msa going to hsa? Any info on when blue cross plans will change? Do I have to wait for a new policy before moving funds to a hsa account? And lastly: has anyone heard of any
astro
Jan 22, 2004
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disabling attachments Sounds good to me: Disable attachments Jeffrey Does anyone really need to post attachments to this group? I can disable attachments; that should stop worms,
astro
Jan 22, 2004
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2 policies, 1 HSA? Kirk - I have a family of 4 interested in a Unicare HSA. With Unicare, if one of the adults is a smoker and the other is not, the only way to avoid the 40%
    EdSealy
    Jan 22, 2004
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    Re: alert: bagel virus going to msa group? I don't need them but then, I use a Mac, so those things don't effect my system. Joel ... ===== "Remember, wherever you go, there you are!" -- B. Bonzai
    Joel M. Rives
    Jan 21, 2004
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    Please join new HSA_insurance group Hi, everyone. Because HSAs have effectively replaced MSAs, I've created a new Yahoo! group named HSA_insurance to replace this MSA_insurance group. Would you
    Jerry Peek
    Jan 21, 2004
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    Re: alert: bagel virus going to msa group? ... Norton. All ... Does anyone really need to post attachments to this group? I can disable attachments; that should stop worms, trojan horses, etc. In the
    Jerry Peek
    Jan 21, 2004
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    MSA to HSA Accounts This message is intended mainly for Kirk Hoewisch as he works for MSA BANK, I thought I would post it here, as it may be helpful for some of the others in the
    computerland_traveler
    Jan 21, 2004
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    alert: bagel virus going to msa group? I just received a msa email, with an attachement quarantined by Norton. All the markings of bagel. "test" "test, yep" Jeffrey
    astro
    Jan 21, 2004
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    Re: Change group name to HSA_insurance? ... Thanks, Jeffrey. I'll sure be looking into that if no one strongly objects to the idea of changing the group name. (So far, no objections -- just
    Jerry Peek
    Jan 16, 2004
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    Re: Change group name to HSA_insurance? I agree that the name should reflect the new hsa name. I also agree that many people will still be searching under the old msa name. perhaps changing the name
    astro
    Jan 15, 2004
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    Re: Pre-ex exclusion Well, please don't force me to become a willing lap dog spokesman for any insurance company, but yes, I can see their reasoning. and I see your point. Would be
    EdSealy
    Jan 14, 2004
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    Re: Pre-ex exclusion Ed, I'm not sure if you understood the question. So I will ask it this way. Let's say we have two people who are the same age, weight, height, health and etc.
    bracheljr@...
    Jan 14, 2004
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    Re: Pre-ex exclusion While, it might seem at first logical to expect a rate to be lower since the risk due to a specific condition has been offset by the exclusion, but as you
      EdSealy
      Jan 14, 2004
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      Re: Change group name to HSA_insurance? I think you have to make the change. MSAs are defunct. Anyone searching for it should search for HSA. Can you do a redirect on the old URL temporarily? Joe ...
      Joe Davis
      Jan 14, 2004
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      Change group name to HSA_insurance? Hi, everyone. I'm wondering whether to migrate this group -- probably by changing its name -- to show that it covers HSAs, not just MSAs. This might sound
      Jerry Peek
      Jan 14, 2004
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      Re: Pre-ex exclusion Most quotes are given as the best possible rate. That means that the insurance company would give this to an individual, with no medical conditions and
      Mario Murillo
      Jan 13, 2004
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      (no subject) I had a client ask me an interesting question. He wanted to know if he and/or his wife had a medical condition, such as asthma, was pre-quoted a premium price,
      bracheljr@...
      Jan 13, 2004
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      Joint HSA What if spouse gets his own HSA compatible plan and opens his bank account, makes contributions for a year, then his wife leaves her employment and comes onto
      EdSealy
      Jan 8, 2004
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      Re: Family Members No, although you can do this with a HRA. kathymcpike wrote: Can the funds in a MSA/HSA be used to pay medical expenses for a family
      Mario Murillo
      Jan 8, 2004
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      Re: HSA contributions Yes ... From: kathymcpike [mailto:kathymcpike@...] Sent: Thursday, January 08, 2004 10:22 AM To: MSA_insurance@yahoogroups.com Subject: [MSA_insurance]
      EdSealy
      Jan 8, 2004
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      Re: Family Members only if they are covered by the MSA/HSA insurance plan - ... From: kathymcpike [mailto:kathymcpike@...] Sent: Thursday, January 08, 2004 10:27 AM To:
      EdSealy
      Jan 8, 2004
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      Family Members Can the funds in a MSA/HSA be used to pay medical expenses for a family member (spouse or children) that do not have other insurance?
      kathymcpike
      Jan 8, 2004
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      HSA contributions Husband is self employed with family plan and two employees on HDHP group insurance. With HSA he must make comparable contributions to all accounts...say he
      kathymcpike
      Jan 8, 2004
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      Re: Earned vs. Passive income? To have an HSA, the individual may not be claimed as a dependent on another person's tax-return. Even if the parent chooses not to claim the child, since the
      Kirk Hoewisch
      Jan 6, 2004
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      Re: Earned vs. Passive income? Just to clarify, in a child only policy would the parents be able contribute money into the HSA on behalf of the child even if the parents themselves don't
      tempelife
      Jan 5, 2004
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      Re: Earned vs. Passive income? per Notice 2004-2... Good news... unlike Archer MSAs, contributions may be made by or on behalf of eligible individuals even if the individuals have no
      Kirk Hoewisch
      Jan 5, 2004
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