Just found out my company is moving our HSA accounts to Wells Fargo. I'll hit $5,000 in my HSA at the end of this year and I would like to start investing that money as an extension of my normal retirement savings starting in 2015 once the switchover is complete. Does anyone have any thoughts/opinions regarding them?
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I've had a Wells Fargo HSA account for several years and no complaints so far. They waive the month service fee as long as your account balance is over $5k so it sounds like you'll just make it. Their selection of investment funds seems OK, more than meets my basic needs.
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