The IRS has released its 2020 annual inflation adjustments for Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) as determined under Section 223 of the Internal Revenue Code. Specifically, IRS Revenue Procedure 2019-25 provides the adjusted limits for contributions to a Health Savings Account (“HSA”), as well as the high deductible health plan (“HDHP”) minimums and maximums for calendar year 2020.
The 2020 limits are as follows:
- Annual Contribution Limit
- Single Coverage: $3,550
- Family Coverage: $7,100
- HDHP-Minimum Deductible
- Single Coverage: $1,400
- Family Coverage: $2,800
- HDHP-Maximum Annual Out-of-Pocket Expenses (including deductibles, co-payments and other amounts, but not including premiums)
- Single Coverage: $6,900
- Family Coverage: $13,800
- The catch-up contribution for eligible individuals age 55 or older by year end remains at $1,000.
Plans and related documentation, including employee communications, should be updated to reflect these new limits for 2020.
As always, please keep in mind that participation in a health FSA (or any other non-HDHP) will result in HSA ineligibility, unless the health FSA is limited to: (1) limited-scope dental or vision excepted benefits; and/or (2) post-deductible expenses.
This alert serves as a general summary of lengthy and comprehensive new provisions of the Internal Revenue Code. It does not constitute legal guidance. Please contact us with any specific questions.
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