By Mary Ellen Schill
June 1, 2018
If it seems like the IRS just announced the 2018 limits, you are not mistaken. Just over a month ago the IRS declared a do over for the 2018 limits, see The IRS Says Never Mind – You Can Have Your Higher HSA Limit! With the arrival of 90 degree temperatures in Wisconsin, it is apparently time to think New Year’s Eve, and the new 2019 HSA limits!
Below is our handy dandy chart for you to display prominently on your fridge.
|HSA/HDHP Requirement||Cost-of-Living Adjustments|
|Limit on HSA Contributions – Self-only HDHP||2018-$3,450
|Limit on HSA Contributions – Family HDHP||2018-$6,900
|HDHP Required Deductible – Self-only HDHP||2018-$1,350
|HDHP Required Deductible – Family HDHP||2018-$2,700
|HDHP Out-of-pocket Maximum – Self-only HDHP||2018-$6,650
|HDHP Out-of-pocket Maximum – Family HDHP||2018-$13,300
|HSA Catch-up Contribution Limit||2018-$1,000
All of the above are for calendar year 2019.
For further information, please contact Attorney Mary Ellen Schill, who prepared this article, or any of the attorneys within the Employment, Benefits & Labor Relations Practice Group of Ruder Ware.
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