2019 HSA Contribution Limits
Health Savings Account (HSA) contribution limits were announced in May 2018. HSA Contribution limits for both single and family coverage increased, as did the out-of-pocket maximums. Annual deductibles for qualified high deductible health plans remained the same.
|Self-only Coverage||HSA Contribution Limit||$3,500||$3,450|
|Out-of-pocket expense limits||$6,750||$6,650|
|Annual deductible (minimum)||$1,350 (no change)||$1,350|
|Family Coverage||HSA Contribution Limit||$7,000||$6,900|
|Out-of-pocket expense limits||$13,500||$13,300|
|Annual deductible (minimum)||$2,700 (no change)||$2,700|
Health FSAs may be used for a wide range of out-of-pocket healthcare expenses, including co-pays, deductibles , most dental and vision services, prescriptions, and more. Learn more about eligible FSA expenses.
Limited Purpose FSAs are coupled with Health Savings Account and may be used for vision and dental expenses only.
Dependent Care FSA, or Dependent Care Assistance Plans, will stay at the $5,000 annual limit.
|2019 Annual Limit||2018 Annual Limit|
|Limited Purpose FSA||$2,700||$2,650|
|Dependent Care FSA||$5,000 (no change)||$5,000 (no change)|
- CareFirst BCBS Rate Action Approved for the Individual Market September 6, 2017
- Evergreen Health Policies Cancelled Effective 9/30/2017 September 6, 2017
- IRS: Health FSAs Cannot be Used for Insurance Premiums September 6, 2017
- DOL Releases Updated Model CHIP Notice September 6, 2017
- Senate Fails to Pass ACA Repeal Bill August 14, 2017
- MLR Rebates Due to Plan Sponsors by September 30 August 14, 2017
- 2018 HSA Limits August 14, 2017
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