A modern HSA platform for employers & individuals.
That conversation, in 2015, started Cyriac, now 36, and Uralil, now 37, on the path to launching Lively, a VC-backed startup that aims to offer health savings accounts that meet Millennials’ expectations for financial products: low (or at least transparent) fees and easy to manage online. Four other fintech startups have HSAs in beta testing.
Lively, Inc., a San Francisco, CA-based maker of a Health Savings Account (HSA), raised $11M in Series A funding.
Healthcare Savings Account provider Lively Inc. has raised $4.2 million in new funding, and added a new investment capability in partnership with TD Ameritrade.
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Lively co-founder Shobin Uralil likes to describe the health savings account as the “401(k) for healthcare” — but that it’s woefully underused as an investment vehicle like a 401(k)
HSAs were not designed to be used as retirement vehicles, but they actually provide more tax benefits than a traditional retirement vehicle, like a 401k or IRA, and require no mandatory distributions, so you can save well into your 70s, 80s, and 90s.
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The rise of companies such as Zenefits and Gusto have enabled businesses to modernize their payroll and human resources offering, but tackling these needs can be a big task for any service provider. This is where Lively comes into play. This Y Combinator-backed startup on Wednesday launched to the public to provide employees a paperless and digital way to manage their health savings accounts (HSAs).