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IRS Sets HSA Amounts

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The Internal Revenue Service has left the 2011 health savings account “indexed amounts” unchanged.

The 2011 maximum contribution limit for individual HSAs will hold steady at $3,050, IRS officials write in IRS Revenue Procedure 2010-22.

The 2011 maximum contribution limit for family HSAs will continue to be $6,150.

The 2011 high-deductible health plan maximum annual out-of-pocket limit for individuals will be $5,950, and the maximum family limit will be $11,900.

The 2011 minimum HDHP deductible amounts for individuals and families will be $1,200 for individuals and $2,400 for families.

In 2010, the IRS allowed for modest increases in the inflation-adjusted HSA amounts.


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