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IRA Contribution - HSA Contribution Limits and Deadlines

IRA Contribution Limits and Deadlines

 

1 - Traditional and Roth IRA Contribution Limits and Deadlines
2 - Roth Conversion - Not a Contribution
3 - SEP IRA Contribution Limits and Deadlines
4 - Simple IRA Contribution Limits and Deadlines
5 - Individual and Roth Individual 401(k) Contribution Limits and Deadlines
6 - HSA Contribution Limits and Deadlines
7 - Coverdell ESA Contribution Limits and Deadlines
8 - Transfers and Rollovers
9 - Other Contributions Restrictions

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HSA Contribution Limits and deadlines

Year

Contribution Limit
(Single)

Contribution Limit
(Family)

Additional Catch-Up Contribution
(55 or older) (Single and Family)

2014

$3,300

$6,550

$1,000

2015

$3,350

$6,650

$1,000

Open Deadline: April 15 of next year, No extension
Fund Deadline: April 15 of next year, No extension
HDHP must be in place at some point in the contribution year.
Medical expenses: Dec. 31 of current year
You cannot use HSA funds to pay for expenses incurred prior to opening the account.

Any eligible individual can contribute to an HSA. For an employee's HSA, the employee, the employee's employer, or both may contribute to the employee's HSA in the same year. For an HSA established by a self-employed (or unemployed) individual, the individual can contribute.
Family members or any other person may also make contributions on behalf of an eligible individual. Contributions to an HSA must be made in cash. Contributions of stock or property are not allowed.

2015 HDHP Minimum Deductible:
For a single individual, an HSA-qualified health plan in 2015 must have a deductible no lower than $1,300.
For a family, an HSA-qualified health plan in 2015 must have a deductible no lower than $2,600.

2015 HDHP Maximum Out of Pocket:
For a single individual, the maximum out-of-pocket exposure on an HSA-qualified health plan cannot exceed $6,450.
For a family, the maximum out-of-pocket exposure on an HSA-qualified health plan cannot exceed $12,900.


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To read more about IRA contribution limits visit IRS website.

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