How much may I contribute to my HSA?
Maximum annual contributions to your HSA are determined by the IRS each year. For 2017 the maximum for someone insured under a single plan is $3,400 and the family limit is $6,750. All tax dependents and spouses can use HSA dollars whether it’s a single or family plan. Individuals who will be at least 55 years of age by the end of a tax year may also make “catch up” contributions of $1,000 above the maximum into the HSA.
The limits include all contributions being made to your account, whether by you, your employer, or someone else.
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