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HSA Insurance Login | Make a Payment

Learn how to access your HSA Insurance account online by reading the instructional guides posted below. Each section details how to navigate the website (specifically how to log in, register a new account, reset your password, and make a payment).

How to Log In

Step 1 – Access your account by clicking the “Login” link in the upper-right corner of the homepage (https://www.hsainsurance.com)

Step 2 – Select “Customer” and then enter your username (client code/account number) and password (last four digits if your social security number/tax ID) into the form.


Forgot Password – Click the login link on the (HSA) website and then press the “Forgot Password?” link. Press the “For Customers” link, and then enter your username (client code/account number) into the input field. Press the submit button to reset your password.


Enroll in Online Access

Step 1 – Go to the main enrollment page (https://www.hsainsurance.com/employer/First-Time-User).

Step 2 – Enter your username/password (client code or account number and last four digits of your social security number) into the login form.


Step 3 – Accept the terms/privacy policy and then fill in your web entry code (found on your billing statement).

Make a Payment

Step 1 – The online payment system can be accessed by logging into your online account. If you are a “pending client” you can only pay via phone ((781) 228-2222) or in-person/mail. More details regarding payment options can be viewed on this page.

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