The total amount you or your employer may contribute to an HSA depends on whether you have self-only or family coverage under your HDHP.
If you are 55 by the end of the year, you may qualify for an additional “catch-up” contribution of $1,000. Medicare coverage or partial year HSA participation may reduce your allowable contributions.
Qualified Medical Expenses
You can make tax-free, penalty-free withdrawals if the funds are used for certain qualified medical expenses. Generally, this includes expenses that qualify for the medical and dental income tax deductions as listed in IRS Publication 502.
Non-qualified distributions of HSAs are subject to taxation and a 20 percent penalty unless the HSA owner is age 65 or older, dies, or is disabled.
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Contribution limits, qualification criteria and other terms and conditions relating to these accounts can change at any time. Before you open your account, consult your tax advisor for current IRS laws and regulations associated with these types of accounts and whether they are a suitable investment for your financial situation.
*Annual Percentage Yield (APY). Dividends compounded and credited monthly. Rates subject to change without notice.
+Before you open your account, consult your tax advisor for current IRS laws and regulations associated with these types of accounts and whether they are a suitable investment for your financial situation.