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Q&A: "Can I Use an HSA Like an IRA if I'm Retired and No Longer Working?"

Question and background: Can I use an HSA like an IRA if I'm retired and no longer working? I'm retired with only SS for income, but I have well over $1 million in taxable investments. Since I'm not earning income, I can't put any money into an IRA or Roth. Can I use my HSA as my IRA? Could I put $5k yr into it, invest it in Vanguard's Mid Cap Fund and never use the money, just let it accumulate? It should be tax deductible and grow tax free, right?

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