The HSA Investment Sweep1 is designed to offer additional investment options for pre-tax contributions2 made to your HSA by offering Vanguard investment fund options.
Investment fund options:
Vanguard is one of the world’s largest investment management companies, serving individual investors, institutions, employer-sponsored retirement plans, and financial professionals. Should you choose the HSA Investment Sweep1, you will have the opportunity to select from a variety of Vanguard Funds.
How it works:
- Open a Macatawa Bank Health Savings Account 3 (HSA) online if you don't already have one.
- Start the enrollment process for the optional Health Savings Account (HSA) Investment Sweep 1 by calling (877) 820-2265, submitting the form below or select the orange chat icon located on the lower right side of the page.
- Investment of your contributions is self-directed from a pre-selected menu of investment fund options.
- Utilize the seven Model Investment Portfolios that we've created to help you diversify your investments and meet your objectives without having to be an investment professional.
- Your contributions will continue to be deposited directly to your HSA3 Your HSA3 will be linked by the Bank to your selected investment fund(s).
- When the available balance of your HSA3 exceeds $2,500, excess funds will automatically be swept in increments of $100 to your selected investment fund(s).
- If the available balance of your HSA3 falls below $2,500, any available funds will automatically be swept in increments of $100 from your investment funds(s) back to your HSA3.
- Should all the funds in the investment piece be needed to cover a medical expense, the investment account will remain open (even if at $0 balance).
- You will receive two account statements, a monthly HSA 3 statement and a quarterly HSA Investment Sweep1 statement
- Your HSA Investment Sweep1 can be viewed online where you have ready access to the following information:
- Account balances
- Conform to target
- Investment elections
- Investment profiles
- Investment returns
- Rate of return
- Rebalance of portfolio
- Transfer funds
- Transaction history
- Web requests