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Health Savings Accounts


It may be today or sometime in the future, but chances are you’ll eventually be faced with medical expenses not covered by your insurance plan. When this happens a Health Savings Account (HSA)1 from South State Bank might be just what you need.

A Health Savings Account allows individuals with a High-Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) to pay for qualified medical expenses like prescriptions, co-pays, dental care, eye care and more. Contributions earn interest and may help you save on taxes.2 Not only will your contributions to the account roll over from year to year, but the money you save will be available to you at any time.

We make it easy to pay for medical expenses like doctors visits and prescriptions with our HSA Debit Card.

Account Details:

  • No minimum opening balance
  • Low monthly fee
  • Unlimited check writing
  • Competitive interest rates
  • HSA Visa® Debit Card3
  • HSA checks
  • Online Banking4
  • Mobile Banking5
  • Enjoy secure mobile payments with Apple Pay®6Android PayTM, 7 and Samsung PayTM, 8
  • eStatements
  • Phone Banking9
  • Contributions may be tax deductible, and interest earned may be tax-deferred.2
  • Anytime access to pay for qualified medical expenses

Whatever your needs may be, a HSA is your smart, easy way to peace of mind. Discover if a HSA is right for you.

Learn More About South State Bank

Since 1934, we’ve remained true to our values of relationship banking and commitment to our customers. We’re proud to have grown from serving the needs of one small community to helping businesses and individuals throughout the region. We value personal relationships over financial transactions and are actively involved in the communities we serve. Most importantly, we treat our customers and employees like family. That’s the South State Way.

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