My experience has been that investing within an HSA is a great idea if the option is offered, but there are plenty of providers that offer investment options that are either a set mix of managed mutual funds with requisite fund expenses or very limited with regard to choices.
HSA Bank offers the ability to invest sums over the plan cash requirement at TD Ameritrade. As a client there already, I was able to just add the HSA Investment account to my master list, very convenient. Fees are waived if you keep $5,000 in the cash portion or are about $65/yr. fully invested. They also have the Devenir roster of pre-mixed asset allocation choices.
You can also go straight to Vanguard if your plan allows and Fidelity is a large provider to employers over 2,000 employees with their no-load platform and many options. Lastly, SelectAccount allows you to invest balances over $10,000 in a self-directed Schwab brokerage account.
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