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May 27, 2020
The IRS released the 2021 health savings account (HSA) annual contribution limits and high deductible health plan (HDHP) requirements in IRS Rev. Proc. 2020-32 — opens in a new windowhttps://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-drop/rp-20-32.pdf. The updated annual dollar amounts are set forth below.
*Catch-up contributions — HSA-eligible individuals who have reached age 55 by the end of the taxable year can make an extra annual $1,000 catch-up contribution.
|HDHP Minimum Deductible||HDHP Maximum OOP||HSA Contribution Limit|
|2020||Single – $1,400||Single – $6,900||Single – $3,550|
|Family – $2,800||Family – $13,800||Family – $7,100|
|2021||Single – $1,400||Single – $7,000||Single – $3,600|
|Family – $2,800||Family – $14,800||Family – $7,200|
For more information on HSA-eligibility, contributions and reimbursements, see our HSA Guide:
opens in a new windowwww.benefitcomply.com/resources/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/HSAGuide_V5_Jan2020.pdf.
For help calculating 2020 HSA annual contribution limits, see the following spreadsheet:
2020 HSA Contribution Limits —
opens in a new windowbenefitcomply.com/resources/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/HSAContributionCalculations_2020.xlsx
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