Robert Fahlman vice president February 6, 1991 Indiana Gazette Indiana Pennsylvania
some Medicaid expenses and other approved medical costs. If funds are withdrawn before age 65 for non-medical purposes, purposes, the saver must pay a 10 percent percent penalty as well as taxes on the money. Robert Fahlman, a senior vice president at eHealthlnsurance Inc. in Sunnyvale, Calif., said he expects the new accounts to be most most popular with individuals who must'buy their own health insurance policies and small' businesses that. can't afford high-priced insurance plans for their workers. That's because high-deductible high-deductible policies generally cost less than those with more-comprehensive more-comprehensive coverage, and the HSAs will be attractive because of the tax break.