In Revenue Procedure 2018-30, the IRS released the 2019 cost of living adjustments relating to health savings accounts (HSA). For 2019, the individual and family contribution limits and out-of-pocket (OOP) limits will increase. The annual high deductible health plan (HDHP) deductible limits remain the same.
HDHP Annual Deductible
HDHP Annual Out-of-Pocket Limit*
*Note: The out-of-pocket (OOP) limits applicable to high deductible health plans used in conjunction with HSAs differ slightly from the Affordable Care Act’s imposed OOP limits, which for 2018, the OOP is $7,350 for self-only; $14,700 for other than self-only coverage. In 2019, the OOP limits increase to $7,900 for self-only, $15,800 for other than self-only coverage. Also important to remember that under the Affordable Care Act, for a family plan, no individual can be subject to an OOP greater than the individual OOP limit.
General reminders about HSA limits:
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