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UPMC Consumer Advantage offers FSA, HSA, HRA, and QTA options. Learn what each plan offers and how they differ from each other.
Health savings accounts (HSAs) linked to qualified high-deductible health plans (QHDHPs) are increasingly popular. And no wonder. Savvy employees are using HSAs not only to pay for current health care expenses, but also to save for health care expenses in retirement.
FSAs include a health care flexible spending account (HCFSA), dependent care flexible spending account (DCFSA), and commuter parking and/or transit accounts. These accounts are IRS-approved plans that allow you to pay for eligible expenses with a portion of your salary that is not taxed.
HRAs are employer-funded plans that reimburse employees for out-of-pocket medical expenses that are not covered by the company’s standard insurance plan.
QTAs are accounts that allow members to set aside pretax funds for eligible transit and parking expenses related to their commute to work.
There are many reasons to choose UPMC Consumer Advantage. Review our side by side comparison chart to see which plans are right for you.
Resources and information to help you learn more about choosing UPMC Consumer Advantage.
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