2019 health savings account IRS limits
For the calendar year 2019, an individual with coverage under a qualifying high-deductible health plan (deductible not less than $1,350) can contribute up to $3,500 (increase of $50 from 2018) in their health savings account (HSA) for the year.
For an individual with family coverage under a qualifying high-deductible health plan (deductible not less than $2,700), the annual limit is $7,000 (increase of $100 from 2018).
Don't forget — if you have employees that are over 55, they may be eligible to save an additional catch-up contribution of $1,000 per year.
While a married couple under a family qualified high-deductible health plan share one family HSA contribution limit, they can contribute up to that shared limit in separate accounts. And, if both are age 55 or older, each can make a separate $1,000 catch-up contribution to an account in their own name.
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MORE THAN 10 YEARS of experience
consumer health accounts1
OVER $7.2 BILLION
in HSA managed assets2
How we help
- Based on total book of business for all funded account types projected by 2016 year-end.
- Projected HSA assets under management by 2016 year-end based on total book of business including banking and investment balances, and includes the Wells Fargo acquisition.