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Pre-Tax Savings Purchases Could Be Next Hatch Stamp On Supplements

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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The Health Savings Act introduced by Senator Hatch and Representative Paulsen would include OTCs and supplements in purchases with pre-tax savings accounts. The legislation caps users' annual deductions for supplements and homeopathics at $1,000.

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