One of the most distinguished issues being debated in the media is the spiraling cost of medical care insurance. Companies face double digit increases medical insurance premiums while handling consumers who aren't accepting price rises. Selfemployed people and those that must purchase individual health care insurance are feeling this same bite from their own pocket. Health High-interest Accounts ( HSA ) were a part of the Medicare Act Congress passed in December, 2003. They're meant to help take charge of medicare costs with a tax-favored deposit account and a high deductible Health Insurance policy. Money in the deposit account helps pay the deductible and health costs till the insurance benefits kick in. In 2004, a person can shelter up to $2,600 and a family up to $5,150.
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