Repeal of the Affordable Care Act could lead to a more prominent place for the health savings account.

CNBC reported that the tax-advantaged Roth HSA, which provides savers with a tax-sheltered means of investing funds meant to pay for health care expenses, is the brainchild of Senators Bill Cassidy, R-LA, and Susan Collins, R-ME.

The two propose the creation of Roth HSAs in a bill they drafted aimed at getting people to use such accounts in helping pay for health insurance premiums and out-of-pocket costs. It’s part of the pair’s strategy in repeal of the ACA.

However, while the idea may sound good to some, others aren’t so thrilled with the idea—particularly for the uninsured.

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