The mission of the HSA Coalition is defend HSAs against legislative and other attacks, as well as to fix current HSA law to allow those classes of Americans who do not have the option of choosing an HSA, to be allowed to have the option to choose an HSA.
The HSA Coalition was originally founded in 1991 and known as the Business Coalition for Affordable Health Care. Then, the Coalition’s name changed as the HSA provision was renamed to MSAs, Archer MSAs and then, finally, HSAs. The HSA Coalition is based in Washington, D.C.
About the President
Dan Perrin is a former U.S. Committee on Foreign Relations staff member where he served for more than seven years, as well as staff to the U.S. Senate Steering Committee. Mr. Perrin was the founder and editor-in-chief of the website HSA Insider, and sole contributor to its content until it was sold, while he was running the site, it was the number one website in the world on Health Savings Accounts. Mr. Perrin has been quoted in virtually every major daily newspaper in the United States including the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Washington Post, the LA Times, the Miami Herald, and in newsmagazines like TIME. Mr. Perrin is also the author of HSA Road Rules, considered by bankers and insurers to be the “bible” of the HSA industry. More than 45,000 copies of which have been downloaded.