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2019 HSA Limits Announced

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The IRS has published inflation-adjusted Health Saving Account (HSA) contribution limits for 2019, along with minimum deductible and maximum-out-of-pocket expenses for the high deductible health plans (HDHP) associated with HSAs.






HSA contribution limit

(employer + employee)

Self-Only $3,500

Family $7,000

Self-Only $3,450

Family $6,900

Self-only $3,400

Family $6,750

HSA catch-up contributions
(Age 55 or older) *




HDHP minimum deductibles

Self-only: $1,350

Family: $2,700

Self-only: $1,350

Family: $2,700

Self-only: $1,300

Family $2,600

HDHP maximum out-of-pocket amounts

(Deductibles, co-payments and other amounts, but not premiums)

Self-only: 6,750

Family: $13,500

Self-only: 6,650

Family: $13,300

Self-only: $6,550

Family $13,100

 * Catch up contributions can be made any time during the year the HSA participant turns 55.

Click here for the IRS publication. Please Contact us if you have any compliance or strategy questions.  We’d love to work with you to maximize these tax-advantaged strategies.

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