IRS Announces 2019 HSA Limits

Health Savings Accounts (HSA) are increasingly popular. As the only triple-tax advantage vehicle, they continue to attract more and more consumers of healthcare each year.

Under an HSA, consumers make tax-free contributions (up to the annual maximum below), enjoy tax-free growth in an investment account (if applicable) and pay no taxes when the money is spent on qualified medical expenses.

For those employers and employees preparing for next calendar year, we’ve put together the chart below:

 20182019
HDHP Minimum Deductible
Single$1,350$1,350
Family$2,700$2,700
HDHP Maximum Out-of-Pocket
Single $6,650$6,750
Family$13,300$13,500
HSA Contribution Limit
Single$3,450$3,500
Family$6,900$7,000
HSA 55 + Contribution
Single$1,000$1,000
Family$1,000$1,000

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Michelle Cammayo

About Michelle Cammayo

Michelle Cammayo has more than 13 years of Employee Benefits experience specializing in all lines of health and welfare benefits. Today, Michelle works closely with clients and partners to provide guidance in areas of the law including ERISA, HIPAA, COBRA, FMLA and PPACA. She also oversees the Compliance Department at Bolton & Company to ensure we are helping our clients manage and eliminate risk with regards to employee benefit compliance.

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