Macatawa and Wintrust Announcement
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Employee HSAs

Enhance your employees benefits with a Health Savings Account to help employees save for healthcare expenses.

The Macatawa Bank Health Savings Account (HSA), combined with a high deductible health plan, can help your company share the high cost of healthcare with employees in a way that benefits everyone.

Benefits for you the Employer:

  • Increases your ability to attract and retain quality employees.
  • Potential overall health care and tax savings.*
  • Flexibility to customize your employer contributions schedule and amount to encourage employee participation.
  • Superior customer service and employer support from your community banking partner.

 Benefits for your Employees:

  • No set up fee and no minimum balance requirement.
  • Earn more as you save more with our competitive tiered interest rates.
  • Manage your account transactions, balance, and statement information online at your convenience.
  • Pay for your qualified medical expenses conveniently:
    • Present your Macatawa Bank HSA MasterCard® Debit Card at any service provider that accepts MasterCard®.
    • Access cash from your account by using your HSA MasterCard® Debit Card at any Macatawa Bank ATM.
    • Pay health care providers electronically using our free online bill pay service.
    • Write checks from your HSA.  Checks are available for a nominal fee.
  • Additional investment options available to help maximize the performance of your account.  See the HSA Investment Sweep** for more details.
  • Superior customer service and employee support from your community banking partner.

For further information on how to provide your employees with a Macatawa Bank Health Savings Account (HSA), visit a Macatawa Bank location nearest you or call us at 1-877-820.-BANK ((877) 820-2265).


*Consult your tax advisor
**Your HSA is insured by the FDIC; however, funds in your HSA Investment Sweep:are Not insured by the FDIC. Not a bank deposit, bank obligation, or guaranteed by the bank. May involve investment risk, including loss of principal.

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