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2019 HSA Changes

November 26, 2018

The HSA program has changed once again for 2019.  There are two major changes:

 

First, we are allowed to contribute more money to our savings account.  Because this is a tax-free savings, we can assume every $1.00 we put in is equal to $1.25.

 

Maximum HSA Contribution - Self = $3,500 / Family = $7,000

 

Second, the maximum annual out-of-pocket expenses has also increased.  This means that if we have an unhealthy year while enrolled in an HSA plan, the absolute maximum amount you'll have to pay out of your own pocket has increased by a few hundred dollars. 

 

Maximum Annual Out-of-pocket - Self = $6,750 / Family = $13,500

 

 

 

 

https://www.fool.com/retirement/2018/11/17/2019-hsa-changes-make-the-most-of-health-savings-a.aspx

 

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