Health Savings Account

About Health Savings Accounts

A GTE Financial Health Savings Account (HSA) can help you manage your health care costs. Deposits can be used to pay for medical expenses such as transportation to doctor visits, prescriptions, and vision care.

Visit our HSA Service Center 

Our HSA is one of the best values available:

  • Account pays dividends and money is tax-deferred
  • Funds roll over from year to year and you get back what you don't spend
  • A debit card that can earn merchant funded rewards

Ideal for members who are:

  • Covered under a high deductible health plan (HDHP) - an insurance policy that meets these dollar limits:

2017

      Self-Only Coverage Family Coverage
    Annual Deductible
    $1,300 or more
    $2,600 or more
     Out-of-Pocket Expense
     $6,550 or less
     $13,100 or less

     Contribution Limits Self-Only Coverage Family Coverage
    Under age 55
    $3,400
       $6,750
     Over age 55
     $4,400
       $7,750
    • Self employed
    • Not enrolled in Medicare
    • Not claimed as a dependent on another's tax returns
    • Not covered by any low deductible health plan

    Open a Health Savings Account today and be better prepared for you and your family!

    HSA Rates

    Balance Dividend RateAPY*
    HSA Checking
    0.40%
    0.40%
    *Annual Percentage Yield as of December 1, 2015 and any fees could reduce earnings on this account. Annual percentage yields, terms and conditions subject to change without notice.

    Apply

    • Please visit our HSA Service Center to open a Health Savings Account today.

    • If you prefer, you can also visit a location or call us at 813.871.2690 or toll-free at 1.888.871.2690 to open an HSA.
    *Rewards points are awarded on signature-based transactions only. If you are prompted for a PIN but would rather sign for the purchase to earn points, simply ask the cashier to run it as credit. Maximum points accrued per cycle are 30,000; per year are 150,000. Business accounts are not eligible for CURewards. GTE checking is free. However, if incurred, fees such as a stop payment or NSF fee will apply. Please refer to the GTE Schedule of Current Charges for a list of fees.