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Health Savings Accounts 2012

Posted by attorney Henry Lively

Pursuant to the Internal Revenue Code Regulations the limitations for Health Savings Accounts on an annual basis are adjusted for inflation. The HSA Inflation-Adjusted Limitations for 2012 are as follows:

Family Self-Only

Contribution Limit $6,250 $3,100

Additional Catch-up $1,000 $1,000

Contribution for Per

Taxpayers age 55 Qualifying

or Older Spouse

Minimum health $2,400 $1,200

Insurance deductible

Maximum out of pocket $12.100 $6,050

Many States do not conform to HSA’s. Check the rules for your specific state regarding your HSA.

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