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Medicare Medical Savings Account Loans (MSA Loans)

Medicare Medical Savings Account (MSA) loans are savings plans that allow Medicare beneficiaries to choose their healthcare providers and services. They are great for those who want peace-of-mind about their out-of-pocket costs.


How Do MSA Loans Work?

Medicare Medical Savings Account (MSA) loans help to cover the various costs of Medicare. With an MSA plan, you will make deposits to your savings account and withdraw them to cover expenses and reduce your out-of-pocket costs.

In order to start your MSA plan, you must first meet your plan’s yearly deductible. This money is then put into your account and to be used as needed. 


The cost of your MSA plan varies depending on the plan provider you choose and your personal preference. The biggest cost factor to take into consideration is your yearly deductible—this fee is set by your plan and required to maintain your savings account.

An MSA plan works similarly to a high-deductible Medigap plan. Both have a high yearly payment and little to no monthly premiums. The difference, however, is that MSA plans cover additional fees, while a high-deductible Medigap plan covers the expense of additional services.

Coverage and Benefits

Medicare Medical Savings Account (MSA) Loans are used to cover your out-of-pocket costs. For the most part, then, it provides cost-coverage more so than additional healthcare service coverage. It does, however, put money towards certain forms of medical care not available under Original Medicare alone. These benefits include:

  • Dental

  • Vision

  • Hearing

  • Long-Term Care

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