Health Savings Account Rates

It's your money. We make it easier to save more.

Most HSAs charge you as much as $85 a year to access your money and a break-up fee if you try to leave. Our primary goal is to keep more money in your pocket.

0.01%
Annual Percentage Yield (APY)*
  • $0 monthly maintenance fee
  • $0 minimum balance fee
  • $0 debit card fees
  • $0 transfer fee in/out
  • $0 account opening fee

Transparent Fee Schedule

The fees listed below may occur intentionally or by customer-created events described in more detail. In most cases, First Dollar HSA customers will never incur these fees.

Fees

Abandoned Property
$50.00 per account
Canadian Item Collection
$7.00
Daily Overdraft Fee1
$5.00 a day
Deposited Item Reversal
$8.00
Dormant Account2
$5.00 per month
Expedited Debit Card
$35 per request
Foreign Item Collection
$30.00
Levy
$75.00
Money Order
$3.00
Paid Non-Sufficient Funds (NSF) Charge2, 3
$25.00 per item
Research
$25.00 hourly
Returned Item Charge2, 3, 4
$25.00 per item
Stop Payment
$25.00
Subpoena
$75.00
Summons
$75.00
Treasurer's Check
$8.00

Truth-In-Savings Disclosure

  • eStatements – You must receive eStatements in order to qualify for this account.
  • Rate Information – Your interest rate and annual percentage yield may change.
  • Frequency of Rate Changes – We May change the interest rate on your account at any time.
  • Determination of Rate – At our discretion, we may change the interest rate on your account.
  • Compounding and Crediting Frequency – Interest will be compounded every month. Interest will be credited to your account every month.
  • Effect of Closing An Account – If you close your account before interest is credited, you will not receive the accrued interest.
  • Minimum Balance to Open The Account – There is no minimum to open this account.
  • Minimum Balance to Obtain The Annual Percentage Yield Disclosed – You must maintain a minimum average daily balance of $0.01 to obtain the disclosed annual percentage yield. The average daily balance is calculated by adding the principal in the account for each day of the period and dividing that figure by the number of days in the period. The period we use is the monthly statement cycle.
  • Average daily balance computation method – We use the average daily balance method to calculate the interest on your account. This method applies a periodic rate to the average daily balance in the account for the period. The average daily balance is calculated by adding the principal in the account for each day of the period and dividing that figure by the number of days in the period. The period we use is the monthly statement cycle.
  • Accrual of Interest On Non-cash Deposits – Interest begins to accrue no later than the business day we receive credit for the deposit of non-cash items (for example, checks).