Question for you insurance experts:If someone leaves an employer, but has a hefty HSA going with them, then goes to a new employer where they will be again paying part of their health insurance premiums, can they pay the premiums with the HSA $ and not get penalized by the IRS? They are both pre-tax, so it seems reasonable.I did find this answer online (http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20120221083849AAueku..."The only premiums that can be paid from an HSA account are1. Long Term Care Insurance.
2. COBRA premiums.
3. Health Insurance premiums if you are receiving unemployment.
4. Medicare Part B premiums."But curious of any other info in the case of changing jobs (not paying premiums for the same place the funds came from). The new company does not offer an HDHCP, it is an expensive but fully featured plan. Thoughts? Also, though still employed, they will be a full time student as well, though at an international university.Thanks,