The HSA Coalition

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The HSA Coalition
Formation 1991
Type non-profit organization
Headquarters Washington, D.C.
Location United States United States
Official language
English
President
Daniel Perrin
Website hsacoalition.org

The HSA Coalition, founded in 1991, is a non-profit organization considered to be "a force behind much of the nation's HSA legislation."[1] The group is an alliance of non-profit organizations that has long supported the creation of the HSA and its predecessor, the Medical Savings Account (MSA).[2] Its mission is to defend Health Savings Accounts against legislative and other attacks, as well as to fix current HSA law to expand the option of choosing an HSA.[3]

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The HSA Coalition was originally founded in 1991 and known as the Business Coalition for Affordable Health Care. Then, the Coalition's name changed as the HSA provision was renamed to MSAs, Archer MSAs and then, finally, HSAs. The HSA Coalition is a 501(c)(6) non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C.[3]

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