J.P. Morgan's HSA business exploding

Looks like the health savings account market continues to be a good one. J.P. Morgan is reporting that its HSA business grew 60 percent in account volume over last year. What's more, the company reports seeing a 97 percent adoption rate among eligible employees in HSA programs it sells directly to employers. Article

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