Originally Posted by Clone
My HSA is with Fidelity. Same place where the 401k resides.
I don't know if an individual can open an HSA fund with Fidelity. It may have been part of some package deal that MegaCorp put together.
My HSA is also just a regular brokerage account at Fidelity, with no fees. However, my understanding is that it's only available in conjunction with a Fidelity-administered HDHP through your employer. Evidently, keeping it after you retire is no problem.
Retired at 52 in July 2013. On to better things...
AA: 45% stock, 35% bonds, 15% real estate, 5% cash