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I’m not a tax advisor, but I do sell health savings accounts for a living and I know how panicked some people can get at this time of the year – it’s time to file their taxes, but they’re not quite sure what to do. If you’re one of these people, or if it’s your job to help people with questions about their health plan, here’s a quick tax tutorial for HSA account holders.

First of all, if you have an HSA, you can no longer file form 1040-EZ. The government requires you to file the longer form 1040 – there’s a front and back to this form.

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