2018 HSA Limits

The IRS has released Revenue Procedure 2017-37 notifying Health Savings Account owners of the funding and deductible limits effective January 1, 2018.

Annual HSA Contribution Limits:

  • Single – $3,450 ($50 increase from 2017)
  • Family – $6,900 ($150 increase from 2017)

Annual Minimum Required Deductibles:

  • Single – $1,350 ($50 increase from 2017)
  • Family – $2,700 ($100 increase from 2017)

Out-of-Pocket Maximums:

  • Single – $6,650 ($100 increase from 2017)
  • Family – $13,300 ($200 increase from 2017)

HSA Reporting Reminder:
If you are 55 years old or older and enrolled in a high deductible health plan an additional $1000 can be added to these total amounts. This is considered a “Catch-up” contribution.

For more information on Health Savings Account (HSA) eligibility and utilization please contact your KBM Management Account Executive today.

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